In his lab at Clemson University, mechanical engineer Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte and his students are coaxing bacteria into weaving materials.
Articles by Clinton Colmenares
The world is flooded with information, and Sara Riggs wants to change the way it’s presented. As a 2018 NSF CAREER Award winner, Riggs, an assistant professor of industrial engineering, is rethinking and re-engineering displays to better reflect real-world needs. By understanding how teams use displays, Riggs and her team will learn when and how […]
How can we keep food fresh with less energy during cold storage and transportation? What’s the best way to manage water supplies during extreme drought? How can we get personalized medications to patients faster? Seven Clemson researchers will tackle these questions, and others, thanks to competitive awards from the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career […]