It has been 50 years since Bill Carter received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Clemson University, but he has never forgotten the role his alma mater played in his life. “Clemson provided me with a great education,” Carter said. “I certainly wouldn’t be in the position that I am today if it weren’t […]
The awe-inspiring ability of light to capture the beauty and significance of the microscopic world was displayed this week during the Clemson Light Imaging Facility’s Microscopy Symposium, “Exploring the Magnificent Microcosm.”
One of the projects that helped a Clemson University professor secure a prestigious honor could allow doctors to inject chips into the muscle of trauma victims to determine whether blood loss is life-threatening.