The College of Science advances mathematics, physical sciences and life sciences and mobilizes curiosity-driven faculty and students who seek to enhance life on the planet through groundbreaking research.
Clemson University's Caitlin Seluzicki and Jessica Zielinski are winners of the 2017 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Bridget Luckie earns honorable mention.
High-performing college students interested in health-related professions soon will be able to apply for graduate school through two innovative initiatives offered by Clemson University and the Medical University of South Carolina. Starting in fall 2017, the collaboration will reduce student debt and increase the number of highly skilled, highly trained professionals entering South Carolina’s workforce.
CLEMSON – The College of Science’s department of chemistry held its 2017 Student Honors and Awards ceremony on April 10 in Daniel Hall. “Our awardees can remember the hours they spent in the lab and all the experiments they’ve had to do over and over again. They can remember struggling with material in their textbooks […]
CLEMSON, South Carolina – The 2017 “Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum” was held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 6 at the Watt Family Innovation Center on the main campus of Clemson University. Teams representing more than 1,000 undergraduate students were on hand to talk about their research projects. Creative Inquiry is Clemson’s unique brand of […]
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Bukola Saheed of the College of Science has been awarded a first place in Clemson University’s fourth annual Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium. Saheed won for a poster presentation on miniaturized electrochemical cells that have a variety of practical and economical applications. The Nigerian, who came to Clemson in the fall […]
The Annexstad family established the Annexstad Family Foundation Scholarship in 2000 to help deserving students, specifically those who have overcome extraordinary hardships, achieve a college degree. The Clemson partnership was established in 2015, and in fall 2016, the first scholarship was awarded to a Tiger who is now one step closer to achieving his medical dream.
Clemson University has launched a new “Eclipse Over Clemson” web page and blog devoted to the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.
Clemson scientists Alex Feltus and Melissa Smith have received a $2.95 million NSF award to develop cyberinfrastructure aimed at providing researchers around the nation and world with a more fluid and flexible system of analyzing large-scale data.
Patients at risk of infections from surgical devices, newborns experiencing opioid withdrawal and people with Parkinson’s Disease stand to benefit from research stemming from Clemson University’s newest named professorships.
Prominent scientist Angela Belcher will take the stage at Clemson University at 2 p.m. Thursday to deliver the College of Science’s first “Discover Science Lecture.”
The coast-to-coast total solar eclipse that will pass directly over Clemson Aug. 21 is still more than five months away, but Clemson University scientists are already making appearances at events leading up to the grand spectacle. On March 11, more than 1,200 kids from around the Upstate poured into the sprawling Roper Mountain Science Center complex for “Space Day 2017,” a daylong event that featured scientists, educators and dozens of hands-on, space-related exhibits.
Yan Liu, a fifth-year doctoral student in Clemson University’s department of mathematical sciences, has received a Distinguished Student Paper Award from the International Biometric Society.
More than 200 students, faculty and guests visited to the 2nd Annual Chemistry Research Symposium on Saturday for a firsthand look at the various projects being conducted at Clemson University.
Now in its fifth year, Clemson University’s What’s in Our Waters (WOW) project continues to promote local conservation through citizen science.
Lisa Bain, who specializes in toxicology in the College of Science’s department of biological sciences, was recently awarded a $367K grant from the National Institutes of Health to probe how arsenic exposure affects the process by which cells change during development.