The U.S. Department of Energy selected a Clemson University team to compete in the Solar Decathlon 2015. Clemson and 19 challengers from colleges and universities across the country and around the world and will now begin the nearly two-year process of building solar-powered houses that are affordable, innovative and highly energy efficient.
The US Play Coalition’s 2014 Conference on the Value of Play will begin Sunday, Feb. 16, at Clemson University’s Madren Conference Center.
Clemson University wetland ecologists at the Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science will spend the next year monitoring water salinity levels and vegetation changes at sites in and around the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge.
Clemson University researchers Rhondda Thomas and Susanna Ashton have co-authored a new book titled "The South Carolina Roots of African American Thought" that defines a new field — regional African-American intellectual thought — by assembling a collection of writings by national intellectuals and demonstrating how their South Carolina origins shaped both their ideas and the direction of the United States of America.
Toyota Technical Center, the North American research and development arm of Toyota Motor Corp. , will sponsor the sixth-generation innovative Deep Orange program, a vehicle prototype designed and conceived by automotive engineering students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).
Clemson researchers say that providing better sleep quality and proper sedation for patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) will decrease their levels of delirium, a syndrome that presents severe confusion and disorientation. A pilot study, led by Clemson’s School of Nursing assistant professor John Whitcomb and recently published in journal Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, focused on lack of sleep and the development of delirium and identifying environmental factors that possibly contribute to the syndrome.
Everybody complains about the weather. Jose Payero does something about it. The Clemson University Extension irrigation specialist explores ways to help farms become more efficient and more resilient to climate risks.
Clemson researchers have found that higher blood pressure was associated with “emotional dampening,” Clemson psychologist Jim McCubbin’s theory of reduced ability to recognize anger, fear, joy or sadness in the faces of others.
A Clemson University department that helped pioneer the use of engineering principles to understand and treat disease is celebrating 50 years of awarding graduate degrees while helping prime the Upstate for what could be a boom in the medical-technology industry.
Clemson Professor of Entomology Eric Benson writes: This winter, we have had some pretty cold temperatures in South Carolina. We have had multiple days where nighttime temperatures have been well below freezing across the Palmetto State. On the morning of January 7, it was 9°F at my house, which caused a frozen water pipe in […]
Clemson University bioengineer Karen Burg and her colleagues in the Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering are developing a new, integrative means of studying the complex behavior of cancer cells in breast tissue that may one day change the way doctors treat the disease.
The one certainty in agriculture is uncertainty, and that's truer today than ever before for peanut farmers. With decisions looming for planting their 2014 crops, more than 300 South Carolina peanut farmers gathered Jan. 30 seeking information on peanut production, marketing and legislation to help guide them.
Clemson University communication studies students and faculty will track conversations around the country in the Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) Wednesday when college football prospects sign their letters of intent on National Signing Day.
A new ultrasound probe that has been developed at Clemson University could take some of the guesswork out of determining the severity of rotator-cuff injuries, making it easier for doctors to decide whether patients need surgery.
Clemson University’s Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center (EPIC), established one year ago Friday, stands at the forefront of biomedical research on eukaryotic pathogens, the causative agents of some of the most devastating and intractable diseases of humans including malaria, amoebic dysentery, sleeping sickness, Chagas disease and fungal meningitis.