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Clemson University researchers to help advance 3D printing in partnership with U.S. Army Research Laboratory

Wednesday March 03, 2021

Clemson University researchers are receiving funding from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, known as DEVCOM, Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to create new technology aimed at helping speed up development of new 3D-printed components for future ground vehicles, air platforms, and munitions.

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Driven to Lead: Meet the women behind Clemson’s one-of-a-kind vehicle prototype program

Wednesday March 03, 2021

Women influence more than 80 percent of all new car purchases, yet they make up only a little over one-quarter of the automotive industry's workforce. For the women of Deep Orange — Clemson's flagship vehicle prototyping program - data points like these drive them to want to make an impact in their chosen field of automotive engineering.

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Class Notes

Tuesday February 23, 2021

February 2021 Bobby Ley, 2016  BS in Environmental EngineeringThomas & Hutton announces Bobby Ley as their newest licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of South Carolina. Jessica Baron, 2018  MS in Computer Science and is currently getting PhD in Computer ScienceJessica […]

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Feng Luo appointed to the Marvin J. Pinson, Jr. ’46 Distinguished Professorship in Artificial Intelligence

Tuesday February 23, 2021

One of Clemson University’s highest academic honors is going to Feng Luo, a professor in the School of Computing and founder and director of the Clemson Artificial Intelligence Research Institute for Science and Engineering (AIRISE). Luo has been appointed to […]

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Against the Odds

Monday February 22, 2021

Independent diagnostic labs told her that a massive, in-house rapid testing effort wasn’t possible. But bioengineering professor Delphine Dean, with support from University colleagues and state leaders in the General Assembly, proved them wrong.

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Closing the race and gender gap in the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Monday February 22, 2021

Growth in the number of African Americans, Hispanics and women graduating with degrees from Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences is raising hopes that decades of effort is starting to chip away at one of STEM’s toughest […]

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CECAS work signals prosperity for South Carolina

Friday February 19, 2021

In the classroom. Online. From the inner sanctum of sprawling research labs to the concrete floors of some of South Carolina’s most notable manufacturers: Clemson scientists and engineers have grown a notable body of work in cutting-edge engineering and science […]

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