Clemson's Institute of Environmental Toxicology

Welcome to the Institute of Environmental Toxicology (CU-ENTOX) at Clemson University. CU-ENTOX is a community of faculty, staff and students focusing on research, education and outreach involving the repercussions of human – ecosystem interactions. Our efforts began in the Southeast US but our research has ripple effects around the globe.

CUENTOX Building
Clemson University Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Pendleton, SC
Multi-walled carbon nanotube
Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes taken up by the roots of rice plants – for more information contact Dr. Pu-Chun Ke, Department of Physics and Astronomy, pcke@clemson.edu

Students conducting research
Staff and graduate students study the impacts of development on first order streams  in the South Carolina Upstate – for more information contact Dr. Steve Klaine, Department of Biological Sciences, sklaine@clemson.edu

Conference attendees
 Organizing committee for the first International Conference on Environmental Pollution, Restoration and Management held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in March, 2010.  Dr. Tham Hoang, who earned his Ph.D. In Environmental Toxicology at Clemson was the conference convener.