Parasite Love: Bad Romance and Toxic Relationships—three vignettes about parasites
Kimberly Paul, Department of Genetics & Biochemistry, Eukaryotic Pathogen Innovation Center, Clemson University
What shape is a fish? Revealing how evolution shapes biodiversity by merging traditional museum work with modern data science approaches.
Samantha Price, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University
Untapped biodiversity - recent insect discoveries in southern Appalachia
Michael Caterino, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Clemson University
Are Human Pathogens Always Harmful for Us? How to “tame” human pathogens to benefit healthcare.
Zhicheng Dou, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University
To pool or not to pool An overview of pool testing methodologies ranging from the counterfeit coin problem to modern infectious disease screening.
Chris McMahan, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Clemson University
Hydrogen for Energy; Fuel-Cell-Powered Cars and some Related Clemson Research
This talk will discuss the use of hydrogen for electric vehicles, and some related research from Clemson on materials for hydrogen energy technology.
Steve Creager, Department of Chemistry, Clemson University