Five utility companies have pledged a total of $100,000 to sponsor a visiting lecturer of power engineering this year in the Holcombe department of electrical and computer engineering at Clemson University.
Clemson University researchers in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bremen, Germany, are working to make the physical pain and discomfort of mammograms a thing of the past, while allowing for diagnostic imaging eventually to be done in a home setting.
Clemson University researchers have been awarded a $470,000 National Science Foundation grant to study making plug-in hybrid electric vehicles more efficient to reduce fossil fuel use.
A Clemson University wind-energy expert told a Charleston conference not to get sticker-shock over the cost of installing offshore wind farms.
Clemson University is engaging in a bit of "tree diplomacy" with China. A team of Clemson scientists and students will travel to China to share research on boosting tree production. The USDA awarded $149,000 to Haiying Liang, a plant geneticist and biotechnologist in the genetics and biochemistry department at Clemson.
In a new study, Clemson University researchers have concluded that the number of hurricanes and tropical storms in the Atlantic Basin is increasing, but there is no evidence that their individual strengths are any greater than storms of the past or that the chances of a U.S. strike are up.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently granted Clemson University and a team of other schools nearly $500,000 to study motivational factors of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
The 11th International Design Structure Matrix Conference Oct. 11-13 at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) will focus on the complexity of systems that exist in various industries.
The Clemson National Scholars Program has entered its 10th year with eight new members.
A project that includes Clemson University researchers is looking for ways to reduce bone loss in astronauts may yield methods of improving the bone health of cancer patients undergoing radiation treatment.
Scientists from Clemson University and the University of Calgary have found that the self-severed tail of some geckos shows a complex pattern of repeating movements to distract the attacker.
Scott Shappell, a professor of industrial engineering at Clemson University, has been elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association.
An injectable biomaterial gel may help brain tissue grow at the site of a traumatic brain injury, according to findings by a Clemson University bioengineer.
The National Science Foundation has awarded Clemson University researchers $2 million to study ways to mimic the suction mechanism used by butterflies and moths to feed so that the same method can be used in medical diagnostics. The research will help develop a new class of fiber-based devices capable of probing and transporting previously impossible-to-reach liquids, such as those drawn from a single cell or tissue.
Clemson University Alumni Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Melanie Cooper has been named to the inaugural class of American Chemical Society Fellows. Cooper was among 162 honorees who were chosen for excellence in their contributions and distinctive service to the society and to the broader world of chemistry.