From their laboratories on a rocky planet dwarfed by the vastness of space, Clemson University scientists have managed to measure all of the starlight ever produced throughout the history of the observable universe.
CLEMSON – College of Science senior lecturer Amy Pope was honored during halftime of the Clemson-Louisville football game on Nov. 3 as the P.A.W. Journey Professor of the Game. Pope was selected as part of the Guest Professor Program put on by the P.A.W. Journey. Headed by Jeff Davis, P.A.W. Journey works to develop Clemson […]
The way the world measures everything from coffee to the cosmos has undergone a profound transformation as four of the seven base units for the International System of Units have been redefined.
CLEMSON – The College of Science hosted its inaugural homecoming tailgate on Oct. 20, welcoming alumni back to campus to share in food, fun and fellowship as a Clemson Family. “We have five departments that we brought together in 2016 to create our new College of Science,” Dean Cynthia Y. Young said. “Normally our scientists […]
New research stemming from scientists at Clemson University has optimized a novel imaging technique that could help doctors better visualize tumors. The research – published recently in the International Journal of Nanomedicine – expanded upon a technique known as multi-photon imaging, which uses near-infrared light to excite fluorescent molecules that are injected near the site of a tumor.
CLEMSON – Our first SCIENCE Homecoming Tailgate will begin three hours prior to kickoff of the Clemson vs. N.C. State game on Oct. 20. The tailgate will be held in the breezeway between Hunter Hall and Hunter Auditorium. To register, please CLICK HERE or on the image above.
A novel hybrid approach performed by researchers from Clemson University and Stony Brook University has revealed a 3-D structure of a protein fragment that could serve as a drug target in treating stroke patients.
CLEMSON – As one of the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious honors, the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award is granted in support of early-career scholars who excel as teachers in the classroom and researchers in the lab. This year, College of Science assistant professors Hugo Sanabria, Leah Casabianca and Xian Lu have been named […]
Published this week in Nature Methods, a team of 27 labs across the world – including Hugo Sanabria’s “Single Molecule Biophysics” lab at Clemson University – came together to devise a standard protocol for measuring distances in biomolecules.
Jupiter's atmosphere might contain a lot of water, according to recent research by a national team of scientists that includes Clemson University's Máté Ádámkovics.
CLEMSON – Clemson professor Dvora Perahia and a national team of collaborators have received a large computational award from the Department of Energy that will significantly enhance their research toward using computational tools to advance the design of advance responsive materials. The team is led by Gary Grest of Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New […]
This Tiger is excited to teach students, conduct research and make new discoveries that make positive contributions to society. He says he’s proud to be part of a place where science and discovery are valued. Meet Ramakrishna Podila. Title: Assistant professor, Physics and Astronomy Years at Clemson: 4 What I do at Clemson: My lab focuses […]
CLEMSON – The College of Science’s Fall Semester Kick-off Meeting celebrated an eventful summer while looking forward to a busy fall that will be filled with opportunities. The event was held Aug. 20 in the Poole Agricultural Center’s auditorium. The agenda included a welcome by Dean Cynthia Y. Young, highlights from the Dean’s July 19 […]
For the first time, a team of international scientists has located the cosmic source of a high-energy subatomic particle that pierced our planet last year.
Physics students at South Carolina State University will be able to earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in just five years as part of a new dual-degree program with Clemson University. Undergraduate physics students will study at SC State for three years, then transfer to Clemson University, earning a bachelor’s degree from SC State and their master’s degree from Clemson by the end of the fifth year thanks to a new agreement between the schools that leaders signed Thursday.