Tag archive for CURF

Punching out impairment

After a stroke, the name of the game is rehabilitation. But for many stroke survivors, the routines of rehab may soon include a new kind of game: Duck Duck Punch.

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Technologies and jobs

Technologies and jobs

Over the past two decades, more than seventeen spin-off companies have licensed Clemson University technologies, and many of these companies have been established near Clemson. Clemson start-up companies have

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Tracking traffic

TrafficVision, a division of the Clemson-based start-up company Omnibond, develops software to automatically process video from roadway cameras.

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Launching the venture

How do inventions grab traction in the marketplace? Consider a few case studies.

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Carbon’s magic carpet

If you set fire to this page, a flake of ash might rise and float away. That little smidgen of carbon, as black as the wing of a crow, is so fragile it crumples to dust when it lands in the palm of your hand.

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a valve for saving your heart

For twenty years, Naren Vyavahare has been dedicated to improving the treatments and procedures surrounding artificial heart valves.

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drive able

From the sweaty-palmed sixteen-year-old who just passed his driving test to the slow-moving eighty-six-year-old who still takes herself to the doctor, driving is the key to independence in America.

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