Experiment Station

CAFLS professors conduct their research in campus laboratories and facilities, and at our six Research and Education Centers (RECs) strategically located throughout the state according to the state's distinct soil and climate regions. These RECs, collectively known as the Clemson Experiment Station, are a part of a nationwide system of scientists working to improve the quality of life for people in their home state, nation, and the world.

Research Emphases

College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences will be nationally recognized as a leader in research, consistently ranked among institutions with the highest level of research activity.

Areas of focus include applied genomics, the water-food-energy nexus, bio product security, integrative agriculture, integrative biology, conservation sciences and sustainable building design

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Areas of focus include computational genomics, business analytics and data-enabled science

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Areas of focus include bio-inspired design

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Areas of focus include education, the natural and built environment, economic and social well-being, diversity, leadership and entrepreneurship

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Areas of focus include biomedical devices, biomaterials, architecture and health

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Areas of focus include nanomaterials, bio and bio-inspired materials, polymeric and lightweight materials, resilient materials and energy applications

You can learn more about what CAFLS is accomplishing in these research topics at these Research and Education Centers:

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