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Opinion: Let’s reconsider who gets priority for heart transplants

Monday July 19, 2021

No one wants to have to decide who gets a life-saving heart transplant and who has to keep waiting, but because the demand for donated hearts far outstrips supply, those choices remain unavoidable. While current policy favors the sickest patients, […]

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Yin Yang helps bring computer graphics to life

Monday July 19, 2021

It can seem like magic when computer graphics help bring a movie or video game to life, but there’s no wizardry involved at all. Yin Yang, an associate professor of visual computing at Clemson University, said what makes the graphics […]

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Lauren Davis selected for Astronaut Scholarship

Wednesday July 14, 2021

If education were a spaceship, Lauren Davis of Clemson University would be launching into the wild blue yonder with three big rockets propelling her upwards. Davis, a senior bioengineering major, was recently selected for the Astronaut Scholarship, her third major […]

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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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MIT Technology Review names Moses Namara among its ‘35 Innovators Under 35’

Wednesday June 30, 2021

A Clemson University Ph.D. student who helped start academic programs to support Black artificial intelligence researchers is making MIT Technology Review’s new global list of “35 Innovators Under 35.” Moses Namara, 29, holds a Master of Computer Science from Clemson […]

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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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Three organizations in the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education community collaborate on workforce development initiative

Tuesday June 15, 2021

Two centers and a nonprofit that are part of the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education community have created a virtual-reality simulation of an underwater remotely operated vehicle that will make its debut this summer in a global competition. The […]

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