Daniel High students in Clemson's WOW program presented posters at the Watt Family Innovation Center that displayed their research examining the water quality of Indian Creek.
Clemson University scientist Saara DeWalt is part of a collaborative study of second-growth tropical forests in Central and South America that will be published Feb. 11 in the journal Nature. DeWalt and dozens of other scientists contributed to the paper titled “Biomass Resilience of Neotropical Secondary Forests.”
The inaugural event “Tigers on Call – Making Connections in Medicine” brought more than 100 Clemson students interested in medical careers together with 23 Clemson alumni physicians in an open forum for dialogue, support, networking and information-sharing at the Clemson University Life Sciences Facility.
Lesly Temesvari, an Alumni Distinguished Professor and Fulbright Scholar in Clemson University’s biological sciences department, has been awarded a two-year, $290,400 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health.
Scientists from across the Southeast met at Clemson University Oct. 22-23 to present the latest research in the fight against a group of organisms responsible for diseases that threaten the health of billions of people around the world.
Clemson University student Andrew White registered with the Be The Match bone marrow program last year and in the spring he was asked to donate marrow to a woman suffering from non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He was eager to help.
A seasoned paleontologist with international experience has been named curator at the Bob Campbell Geology Museum, which is located on the grounds of the South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University.
The sense of home so often associated with phrases like “Clemson Family” and “Solid Orange” isn’t always automatic. Just five years ago, Leah was more quiet than confident, more reserved than rowdy and more inclined to avoid competition than embrace it.
Clemson University has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to train, inspire and empower young scientists to pursue research careers in the biological sciences.
Matt Hapstack of Greenville, a biological sciences student at Clemson University, was awarded a prestigious $4,000 fellowship from the American Society of Microbiology (ASM).
Clemson scientist Saara DeWalt has made it her mission to stop an invasive plant in its tracks. For almost 20 years, she has been hunting down Clidemia hirta around the world.
Amber Hackler, a biochemistry major who graduated from Clemson University May 8 with honors, was recognized at the graduation ceremony with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, one of two given to Clemson students.
The Clemson University Arthropod Collection, a 90-year-old catalog of South Carolina’s biodiversity that holds approximately 1 million insect specimens, will be expanded and modernized thanks to a $505,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Clemson University’s Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps units will hold a joint ceremony to commission 36 officers at 1 p.m. May 7 in Tillman Hall auditorium. Nineteen students will receive commissions into the U.S. Army, and 17 students will receive commissions into the U.S. Air Force.
Clemson junior Krista Wunsche of Ravenel is one of nine students nationwide to be named a 2015 Council of American Ambassadors Fellow.