This panoramic photo shows Clemson scientist Tom O’Halloran’s research tower in the salt marsh of Winyah Bay, South Carolina.
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This image of ragweed pollen was taken with Hitachi’s SU5000 Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscope (VP-SEM) at the Clemson University Electron Microscopy Facility.
On RollingStone.com, Clemson’s Darren Linvill and Patrick Warren break down how Russia uses social media propaganda to deepen U.S. political divides.
While the research topics are diverse, the goals remain the same: To improve the human experience and leave the world a better place socially, environmentally and economically.
Research is valued across Clemson University for providing the knowledge and innovation that will drive the 21st century economy and contribute to the quality of the undergraduate learning environment. Clemson has made great strides in research in recent years, culminating in our distinction as a Carnegie R1: Doctoral University (highest research activity). Clemson World Research […]
Before Rachel Lang-Baldé’s first trip to West Africa in 2002, she never knew anyone who had died in childbirth. During her almost four years spent in Guinea as an English teacher and consultant with community health and education nongovernmental organizations, she would come to know many mothers who wouldn’t survive to hold their own child […]