While Clemson University and the University of Virginia compete on the football field, researchers from these two institutions are working together to convert waste heat into high-quality electricity.
As part of the program’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Clemson’s bioengineering department is hosting leading researchers and industry representatives at the 2013 Clemson Biomaterials Symposium, Biomaterials-What’s Next, to share the latest scientific discoveries.
Clemson University’s Life Sciences Facility has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification accredits buildings that meet rigid standards for sustainability, water and energy efficiency, resource selection and indoor environmental quality.
Despite the Clemson Tigers' hopes to crush the Maryland Terrapins on the football field Saturday, Clemson researchers are dedicated to protecting turtles in a human-altered ecosystem.
Renowned ecologist and geographer Lee Talbot, recently retired Blue Ridge Parkway Superintendent Phil Francis, and S.C. State Park Service Director Phil Gaines were recognized for their exemplary leadership in addressing environmental issues at Clemson University’s George B. Hartzog Jr. luncheon.
Renowned ecologist and geographer Lee Talbot will be the featured speaker at Clemson University’s George B. Hartzog Jr. Environmental Lecture Series Monday. Talbot will speak on “International Conservation: Some Historical Perspective and Vignettes of a Career” at 2 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute.
The Clemson University Experimental Forest will be able to sell its harvested timber to a wider range of green construction markets after its forest management practices were certified to be sustainable by a third-party group of experts.
Clemson alums Eric Thome and Kyle Clements have transformed a simple idea into a full-fledged business that challenges us to rethink the way we use kayaks.
While many college football fans were focused on the football matchup between the North Carolina State Wolfpack and the Clemson Tigers, researchers from the two institutions were working together off the playing field to develop a college-level sustainable agriculture curriculum that is used in conjunction with university teaching farms.
Clemson University’s Tigers for Tigers organization is taking a stand on tiger conservation by promoting the Save Vanishing Species Stamp, which raises money to help save tigers and other endangered animals.
A new “walk zone” at the center of campus between the library and Calhoun Drive will help make a busy part of Clemson University safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. People on bicycles, skateboards, skates and scooters must dismount as they pass through the walk zone, preventing collisions that could hurt pedestrians and riders alike. Golf […]
Clemson University has been named the Outstanding Composting and Organics Recycling Program of the Carolinas by the Carolina Recycling Association.
There’s no shortage of tires in South Carolina. And Clemson University’s Asphalt Rubber Technology Service promotes, designs and tests the use of recycled scrap tires in rubberized asphalt and in other civil infrastructure applications.
Clemson University has received national recognition as a Bicycle Friendly University at the bronze level by the League of American Bicyclists. Clemson is one of 58 schools to earn the designation.
Clemson University students who will receive degrees May 10 were able to buy caps and gowns made of recycled plastic bottles.