The Clemson Innovation Cluster is a representation of the growing number of emerging technology companies affiliated with Clemson University located in the upstate of South Carolina and the network of Clemson resources supporting the Cluster.
Advanced Photonic Crystals
Advanced Photonic Crystals (APC) is engaged in the business of providing solid state crystals of exceptionally high quality for use by the laser, photonics, and optoelectronics industries.
AET Robotic Research, LLC
AET Robotic Research, LLC specialized in management services, including hazardous and industrial management and maintenance consulting, property restoration and remediation, and site contamination investigation utilizing proprietary robotic and sensing technology.
Anaxtal Silicon will produce solar grade silicon specifically designed to meet the needs of the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry. Anaxtal Silicon’s cost effective silicon will help the solar PV industry drive down cost and support the growth of renewable energy resources.
Ansell Medical is a global manufacturer and marketer of synthetic and natural latex surgical and medical examination gloves.
Bite Technologies, LLC is a Clemson start-up company with a licensed patent-pending bite counter technology to detect bites or caloric intake for monitoring daily intake.
Equi-Tox, Inc. is a research-driven pharmaceutical company which discovers and develops innovative products to improve animal and human health, directly and through partnerships.
Fastfetch Corporation designs, develops, and markets hardware/software products, based upon two of its patents, to increase efficiency and accuracy of order fulfillment in Distribution Centers.
Hoowaki, LLC is commercializing self-cleaning, low-drag, anti-fog, anti-icing, super hydrophobic surfaces with low cost, film and tooling technology, to companies in automotive, consumer products, power production, medical, sports, and industrial products to improve performance, safety, cost, appearance, and energy efficiency.
KIYATEC, LLC is a laboratory products company that has created unique technology enabling three dimensional cell culture with compelling advantages for use in laboratory research, drug discovery and personalized medicine.
Poly-Med performs research and development of proprietary polymers for specialty manufacturing of biomedical and pharmaceutical products and related analytical/testing services.
Lab21, based in the UK, is a global provider of state-of-the-art diagnostic products and services, supporting blood bank screening, medical diagnostics and drug discovery. Its customers include international healthcare providers, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
In 2009, Lab21 purchased Selah Technologies, Inc. and established its North American operational and manufacturing headquarters in Greenville,SC. Selah Technologies Inc, was founded in 2006 to commercialize proprietary materials incorporating luminescent carbon nano-particles originating from Clemson University.
Omnibond Systems, LLC
Omnibond is the parent company of TrafficVision who is dedicated to delivering a new generation of traffic monitoring technology by setting new standards in detection accuracy under the most non-intrusive installation and operation conditions available.
SensorTech, LLC is an advanced materials company developing conductive polymer sensors that are uniquely durable and formable for medical and industrial applications.
Specialty & Custom Fibers, LLC
Specialty & Custom Fibers, LLC focuses on the production of novel-shaped fibers that have a large value-added aspect relative to traditional fibers and can be used to an advantage in a wide variety of military, medical and chemical technology areas.
Spectra Analysis, Inc.
Spectra Analysis, Inc. is a leading supplier of molecular spectroscopy systems and applications for chromatography. Its current products focus on real-time connection of infrared spectroscopy to gas and liquid chromatography.
Tetramer Technologies, LLC
Tetramer Technologies, LLC develops advanced materials through the design and synthesis of the necessary molecular architectures needed to achieve desired properties in the areas of advanced materials for fuel cells, enhanced piezoelectric polymers, gas separation membranes for improved oil recovery and improved natural gas efficiency, radiation detection materials, and waxes and chemicals based on biorenewable raw materials such as soybeans.
Clemson University – Clemson University, located in Clemson, SC, is a science and technology oriented research university, ranked 22 among the nation’s top public institutions. Since 2001, Clemson has doubled external research funding, raised the academic profile of the student body, increased retention and graduation rates, and launched high-profile economic development initiatives.
Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership – The mission of the Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership is to support educational, research, and outreach programs that promote entrepreneurial activity and economic development of the region, state, and nation.
CU International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) – The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research is an advanced-technology research campus where academia, industry, and government organizations engage in synergistic collaboration. CU-ICAR represents the ultimate public/private partnership, directly fueling a knowledge base critical to automotive industry.
GHS – Patewood – Clemson University has a proud history as an international leader in bioengineering and biomedical research and innovation. In the translational Research Facility located at the Greenville Hospital System’s Patewood campus, Clemson researchers work in close proximity with researchers from the Greenville Hospital System and the highly acclaimed Steadman Hawkins Clinic for the Carolinas to advance knowledge in this highly complex field of medical research.