A pocket-size technology that has radically changed how people communicate, hail rides and listen to music could soon play a starring role in transforming how aid reaches people trapped in some of the most dangerous places on Earth. The smartphone is the platform for a new online tool that a team of Clemson University students […]
Clemson University has a formidable solution to the advanced manufacturing talent shortage: the Center for Advanced Manufacturing. By partnering with industry statewide, the Clemson Center provides a sustainable way to foster long-term success for this economically important manufacturing sector, something that bodes well for the state of South Carolina and Clemson graduates.
When looking for flora and fauna in a city, it may be a good idea to look up. In urban landscapes, placing gardens on rooftops is a growing trend. Even Clemson University’s campus hosts two green roofs, on Lee III and the Watt Family Innovation Center. A green roof is one covered with soil and […]
The future has arrived in room 308 of the Watt Family Innovation Center. The room, known as the Clemson Immersive Space, is a hub for students and faculty interested in experimenting with virtual reality.
Fitness fanatics use pedometers to count their steps and stay motivated, but some have questioned the accuracy of their devices. Without counting each footfall, it can be tough for the average user to know whether the readout saying 10,000 steps should have been more like 9,000 or 11,000. New research at Clemson University could help […]
Clemson University’s Institute of Translational Genomics will soon expand its reach with the addition of a three-year fellowship program designed to recruit and develop future leaders in the burgeoning field of agriculturally oriented computational science.
The TOP500, a project that ranks and details the 500 most powerful non-distributed computer systems in the world, has ranked Clemson University's Palmetto Cluster No. 81 in the world and within the top-five for systems at universities provisioned for use primarily on their own campuses.
For Josiah Hester, passion lies outside the classroom and in a world of orphans and poverty. He came to Clemson after receiving scholarships of academic merit and prestige, but where he found his calling was far away from the college he calls home. After working to help tsunami victims in a small Indian village, he learned that what he wants out of life reaches beyond his computer science major.