Stephen Foulger is harnessing new X-ray-sensitive, light-emitting materials, which may enable control of neural activity from outside the skull.
Clemson researchers are pioneering ways to use medical imaging technology to study the movement of radionuclides through soil
Clemson researchers play an instrumental role in expanding a program that spares infants the pain of opioid withdrawal.
Mark Blenner’s work with yeast could help humans in the quest to reach Mars and the quest for new pharmaceuticals on Earth.
Thirty years after Hurricane Hugo, Clemson’s Baruch Institute is still in the trenches of hurricane research.
High-performance research computing at Clemson University is discovering answers to complex issues we didn’t even know existed a decade ago.
Evidence-based approach to bullying prevention shows promising results in multi-year U.S. study.
Bats play a crucial role in insect control as well as pollination and seed dispersal. But they’re dying off at alarming rates due to a fungal pathogen called white-nose syndrome. Researchers are exploring how to foster bat populations to survive this disease.