Construction of Clemson University’s Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility at the Restoration Institute reaches another milestone Friday when the foundation for the larger test rig is poured.
The SmartState Program has resulted in more than $1.4 billion in non-state investment entering, or committed to enter, the South Carolina economy, and the program has created 8,078 new jobs, according to the 2012 annual report delivered to the General Assembly by the SmartState Review Board.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on television commercials, in department stores and on Christmas tree farms across South Carolina. South Carolina Christmas tree sales were up 15 percent in 2011, and growers are expecting another strong year, according to Steve Penland, York County Christmas tree grower and executive secretary of the S.C. Christmas Tree Association.
Deep Orange 3, the third-generation Deep Orange vehicle prototype designed and engineered by Clemson University automotive engineering students is a whole new vehicle, inside and out.
The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) has garnered another prestigious award.
The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) will showcase the third-generation concept vehicle of its Deep Orange program next week at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.
Clemson University board chairman David Wilkins said Wednesday that South Carolina’s colleges and universities are rising to the challenge to create a workforce “for a vibrant knowledge-based economy.”
The U.S. Navy is working to launch its Great Green Fleet of ships and jets powered primarily by alternative fuel sources, and it’s going to need lots of biofuels – approximately 336 million gallons by 2020 – according to Chris Tindal, the Navy’s deputy assistant secretary for energy. Tindal discussed the Navy’s alternative energy efforts during a visit to Clemson University, which included a special presentation for the S.C. Clean Energy Business Alliance and the S.C. Biomass Council Friday.
GREENVILLE – A leading German government official celebrated the Upstate’s international business climate and Clemson University’s role in promoting the region’s economy at a Greenville luncheon Tuesday for political and business leaders and Clemson University faculty and students.
Clemson University President James F. Barker said Monday that two of Clemson’s off-campus research hubs help foster ideas, provide one-of-a-kind learning opportunities for Clemson students and bolster the state’s next-generation manufacturing workforce.
Clemson University President James F. Barker will participate in a U.S. Department of Commerce panel discussion on technology transfer and industry collaboration.
Hundreds of thousands of people across South Carolina live in communities where access to supermarkets or large grocery stores is beyond reach. In agricultural terms, such areas are called “food deserts” — communities where healthy, affordable food is difficult to obtain. “For a growing population, healthy foods are much harder to come by in the modern world,” Clemson University professor Dave Lamie said. “For many, they sadly are beyond reach.”
After again recognizing a key industry need, Clemson University today officially opened the Component Testing Laboratory at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
More than $1.83 billion in economic output, nearly 25,000 jobs and a net return to state taxpayers of $77.4 million annually. That’s the sum of Clemson University’s economic impact on the state of South Carolina, according to a new study released Tuesday.
With twice the alumni and more than three-times the number of research partners than a year ago, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) continues to be the benchmark for economic development and a go-to venue for industry events.