Skip to main content

Clemson News

Virtual reality is ‘mind-blowing’ but even better when shared with other people, researchers find

Wednesday February 01, 2023

Guo Freeman, an assistant professor who led the research, said the team found that people were using virtual reality to work together on activities that varied from art and gaming to homework and coding.

The post Virtual reality is ‘mind-blowing’ but even better when shared with other people, researchers find appeared first on Clemson News.


Exemplary staff members honored by the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Wednesday December 14, 2022

Outstanding staff members from Clemson University’s largest college received awards on Dec. 13 for making a better work environment for their colleagues, helping their departments’ faculty members and having a positive impact on the student experience. Honorees received their awards […]

The post Exemplary staff members honored by the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences appeared first on Clemson News.


AIM for Composites brings together the ‘best of the best’

Monday December 12, 2022

Part of what makes the new AIM for Composites Center at Clemson University stand out is the coast-to-coast multidisciplinary team that is coming together to develop what promises to be a transformational way of creating composite materials. While the center […]

The post AIM for Composites brings together the ‘best of the best’ appeared first on Clemson News.


Clemson Media Forensics Hub receives $3.8 million grant to study, fight online disinformation

Monday November 28, 2022

The fight against online disinformation is getting a boost thanks to a $3.8 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to support Clemson University’s Media Forensics Hub at the Watt Family Innovation Center. Researchers with the […]

The post Clemson Media Forensics Hub receives $3.8 million grant to study, fight online disinformation appeared first on Clemson News.


Algorithm helps in massive global effort to develop a more complete human reference genome

Thursday October 27, 2022

Feng Luo, the Marvin J. Pinson, Jr. ’46 Distinguished Professor in Clemson’s School of Computing, helped develop an algorithm used in the project's latest advance, which was reported in the journal Nature.

The post Algorithm helps in massive global effort to develop a more complete human reference genome appeared first on Clemson News.


Supporting each other through graduate school

Wednesday September 28, 2022

Vincent and Jasmine Davidson are a married couple and among the newest Ph.D. students in the School of Computing. Both are Bridge to Doctorate fellows and would like to become professors after graduation.

The post Supporting each other through graduate school appeared first on Clemson News.


Manufacturers could save time and money with the help of new research led by the Clemson Composites Center

Monday September 05, 2022

The Clemson Composites Center is leading a new study that could help manufacturers save time and money while reducing their environmental impact-- a project that adds to the center's fast-growing portfolio of industry-guided automotive and advanced manufacturing research.

The post Manufacturers could save time and money with the help of new research led by the Clemson Composites Center appeared first on Clemson News.


View More News on Clemson News