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A sensor in development at Clemson University could help search for some of the globe’s most potentially destructive weapons to keep them out of the hands of terrorists and rogue nations.
Ashok Mishra of Clemson University is developing computer models that could help predict agricultural droughts and provide crucial information to farmers about how much water they will need to irrigate their crops. Mishra, an assistant professor in the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, pulls together data from soil-moisture sensors, NASA satellites and weather observations to […]
Four faculty members from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering capped the academic year with awards from the dean. Rachel Getman and Sapna Sarupria received Dean’s Faculty Fellows Awards, while Mark Blenner and Scott Husson won Dean’s Professors Awards. The awards were established to recognize top talent in the engineering college. Anand Gramopadhye, the […]
Two Clemson professors have won a national award for an innovative natural product they have created that can extend the shelf life of pet food.
Automotive enthusiasts, engineering junkies and anyone who just likes cool cars can get an up-close look at the Toyota uBox, a concept vehicle developed by Clemson University automotive engineering students, at a party hosted by Toyota of Greenville from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday.
CLEMSON — Amod Ogale of Clemson University has received $2 million and will work with a group of researchers across the country to lower the cost of high-tech materials that have helped make airplanes and luxury cars more fuel efficient but remain too expensive for price-sensitive products. Ogale, the director of the Center for Advanced Engineering […]
Clemson University’s efforts to attract top talent and enhance diversity are paying off threefold, as the department of bioengineering prepares to welcome a new assistant professor to the faculty and two postdoctoral researchers remain on track to join next year.