The Advanced Plant Technology Program's research efforts at the Pee Dee Center, on Clemson's main campus and across the state develop genetic solutions for increasing crop production and value in South Carolina, including breeding and variety trials that can lead to new and improved crops and varieties.
CUBEInC is a partnership with the Greenville Health System developed to transfer high-impact medical technology and devices from the laboratory to the bedside.
CCHG is a private-public research collaborative that engages academia, industry and government in genetic research and the advancement of personalized medicine for genetically-related diseases such as autism, cancer, heart disease and immune system disorders.
CUCWD engages universities, technical colleges, K-12 institutions, statewide industry and federal agencies to deliver workforce development tools and train the next generation of skilled engineers and technicians for South Carolina industries.
CCIT provides cyberinfrastructure resources and high performance computing capabilities through its Cyberinfrastructure Technology Integration (CITI) group.
The Duke Energy eGRID Center is a 15-megawatt hardware-in-the-loop grid simulator that supports education, research and economic development to speed new electrical technologies to market.
CUICAT is a neighborhood research park and public-private partnership that engages faculty, students and industry in environmental sustainability, advanced materials research and world-class computing and information technology.
The Intelligent River® Research Enterprise develops and operates hydrological observation systems to support research and provide real-time monitoring, analysis and management of water resources in South Carolina.
CU-ICAR is an advanced technology research campus where international academia, industry and government organizations engage in synergistic collaboration.
PSA conducts and delivers collaborative research solutions to South Carolina's largest industry - agribusiness. Clemson's Experiment Station, Cooperative Extension, Livestock-Poultry Health and Regulatory Services work with agribusiness leaders and state and federal agencies to improve practices and yields, enhance profitability, protect food safety and develop new technologies that enable South Carolina to compete effectively in the global economy.
CURI is a graduate research campus that brings together public-private partnerships in sustainable energy (especially wind), advanced materials and computational ecology to develop new technologies, accelerate them to market and train an educated workforce.
The SCE&G Energy Innovation Center provides high value, high quality and cost-competitive testing services to industry that will lead to lowering the cost of energy while increasing reliability. Students, scientists and industry work together to solve market challenges.
The Village is a hybrid internet-consultant program designed to support new technology company formation and development in non-metropolitan areas.