CLEMSON – For the first time, Clemson University’s long-running Summer Scholars program is offering two Fall Scholars programs to be held Oct. 3 and 10 and Nov. 7 and 14. Three courses will be taught in Fall 2020: one in the October session and two in November. The courses will meet on two consecutive Saturdays […]
Clemson University scientist Matthew Koski’s collaborative research demonstrating that flower color has responded to rapid degradation of the ozone layer over the past 75 years was recently published in the journal Current Biology.
An engineer who has earned six patents in six years and a geneticist developing strategies to prevent tooth decay were named Researchers of the Year at Clemson University.
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.
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Should colleges and universities resume in-person classes for the Fall 2020 semester? This is a question that a Clemson COVID Challenge team of Clemson undergraduates began to explore back in late May 2020. The team was mentored by Sharon Bewick, an assistant professor in the College of Science’s department of biological […]
A much-needed renovation has given new life to the Clemson University Herbarium, which houses about 100,000 plant specimens that have been carefully preserved and stored for the future.
Clemson University researcher Kara Powder has been awarded an R15 grant by the NIH for her research into the genetics behind facial development that could aid in the fight against birth defects.
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Clemson University virologist Kaustubha “Kos” Qanungo recently made two virtual appearances on the China Global Television Network’s opinion program “The Point” on June 25 and July 2. Qanungo, a lecturer in the College of Science’s department of biological sciences, shared his expertise on COVID-19. Here are the June 25 and July 2 […]
College of Science researcher David Feliciano receives a $667,000 grant from the Department of Defense to explore a developmental disorder characterized by the growth of benign tumors throughout the body and brain.
CLEMSON – Clemson scientist Emily Rosowski’s research on zebrafish larvae has been featured in a major journal as part of a series titled “Early-Career Scientists Shaping the New Microbiology.” Rosowski’s mini-review, “Illuminating Macrophage Contributions to Host-Pathogen Interactions In Vivo: the Power of Zebrafish,” appeared in Infection and Immunity, a peer-reviewed journal published by the American […]
Lesly A. Temesvari, Alumni Distinguished Professor in the biological sciences department in the College of Science, received Clemson University’s 2020 Alumni Award for Outstanding Achievements in Research for her work on cell biology and eukaryotic pathogens. An internationally recognized leader, Temesvari’s overall goal is to understand the pathogenesis of the human protozoan parasite Entamoeba histolytica, […]
There may never have been a time when it was more important to be an innovative teacher than this spring semester. The COVID-19 pandemic forced classes online and John R. Cummings, a senior lecturer in biological sciences in the College of Science, is one of the teachers who embraced the challenge. “Because my role with […]
Clemson University scientists have taken another step forward in their quest to find a cure for a notorious parasite that has infected more than 40 million Americans and many times that number around the world.
Clemson University virologists Kaustubha "Kos" Qanungo and Matt Turnbull participate in Q&A session on commonly asked questions about the pandemic.
Biological sciences researcher Matthew Koski has received a three-year, $455,000 NSF grant to study how flowers adapt to heat and cold.