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Foulger sees Fulbright award as an opportunity to strengthen U.S. ties to Europe

Wednesday July 07, 2021

Stephen Foulger of Clemson University is headed to the Czech Republic to conduct artificial-intelligence research and help strengthen U.S. ties to the Central European nation, an opportunity made possible by a grant he is receiving from the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship […]

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Freezing atoms seen as ‘cool’ way to advance quantum computing

Wednesday June 16, 2021

Two Ph.D. students watched Kai He slip on blue, protective gloves and pour liquid nitrogen into a barrel-shaped vessel, causing chilled vapor to billow over the top and spread across the table like a fog. He, an assistant professor of […]

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Clemson engineering graduate sets out to help people who need it most

Tuesday May 04, 2021

Anish Chaluvadi decided he wanted to become an engineer after visiting family in India and seeing them prepare for daily power outages, a dramatic difference from the life he knew in South Carolina, where electricity flowed into his home with rare interruption.

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Clemson’s Sonoco FRESH Initiative Awards Two Research Grants, Forms Industry Advisory Board

Monday April 26, 2021

The Sonoco FRESH initiative at Clemson University has awarded research grants to three professors who are addressing issues associated with a safe, secure and sustainable food value chain. With funding provided by Sonoco (a global provider of a variety of […]

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Old friends find new way of breaking down plastic for potential recycling

Monday April 19, 2021

Igor Luzinov of Clemson University is teaming up with an old friend for research that could lead to a new way of recycling polystyrene, a widely used plastic that shows up in products ranging from disposable food containers to foam […]

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Record GE Gas Power gift honors engineering legend, drives diversity in STEM fields

Tuesday March 30, 2021

In an effort to bridge the gap between talent and opportunity, GE Gas Power today announced it is establishing a historic annual scholarship to support underrepresented minorities and women on campus – the largest in the history of Clemson’s College […]

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Distinguished Services Award underscores Rajendra Bordia’s global impact

Tuesday February 09, 2021

A professor who holds an endowed chair at Clemson University and has founded a worldwide network of researchers and academicians is being recognized by his alma mater’s alumni association. Rajendra Bordia has won a Distinguished Services Award from the Alumni […]

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