When immunization guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention aren’t updated in a health care setting, patients could suffer the consequences. Xia Jing, an assistant professor in the Clemson University Department of Public Health Sciences, is beginning a five-year project to help make updating these guidelines a little easier for providers in smaller […]
Top researchers from across the country are developing new technology to control an unusual property of light that could make it possible to channel through fog, murky water and thermal turbulence, potentially leading to new ways of communicating and gathering data. The research team is led by Eric Johnson, the PalmettoNet Endowed Chair in Optoelectronics at Clemson University, and includes researchers from six universities. The team has received a $7.5 million grant to fund the project through the Office of Naval Research’s Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI).
Clemson University's William Baldwin has been awarded an NIH grant to explore the complex interactions of diet and environmental toxicants.
Clemson researchers collaborate with an international team of scientists to examine a highly efficient thermoelectric material in a new way – by using light.
EPIC's Meredith Morris receives $369K NIH grant to further our understanding of African sleeping sickness.
Aravis BioTech, a startup headed in part by Jeffrey Anker of the College of Science, is developing screws used in orthopedic surgery that employ easy-to-use sensors to determine the status of fracture healing.
As online offerings continue, Clemson Extension is preparing to reopen county offices under modified operations based on S.C. DHEC data.
In response to industry demand, Clemson University has partnered with the State of South Carolina to launch a full-spectrum advanced materials research and development center to drive breakthrough innovation for the state’s automotive, aerospace, defense and energy clusters.
Clemson University has collaborated with professional services firm Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) to advance autonomous vehicle (AV) technology to be used by competitors in the Indy Autonomous Challenge.
An international collaboration, a bit of serendipity and a lot of hard work over the past three years has led to a discovery that is set to literally reshape the world of inorganic semiconductor materials.
Clemson grad student Sydney Abrams and her mentor Leigh Anne Clark have identified new genetic factors contributing to small body size in dogs.
A group of researchers from the Clemson University College of Education will use a more-than-$950,000 award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to partner with rural schools in South Carolina to make computer science fun and accessible to middle school students and those with learning disabilities and emotional/behavioral disorders. The research aims to help these students hone computer science skills that will likely be useful in many facets of their everyday lives, which researchers say can be achieved through a strong partnership with teachers.
Clemson University researcher Barbara Campbell and her collaborators have received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to identify the functional mechanisms of microbes that relate to the health of ecosystems.
Electrifying research by Clemson University scientists could lead to the creation of lighter, faster-charging batteries suitable for powering a spacesuit, or even a Mars rover.
Clemson University Research and Education Centers (RECs) will hold their first-ever Virtual Fall Field Days this year to inform the public of important research while protecting people from COVID-19.