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Global Health Virtual Experience allows students to experience global learning from home

Monday January 04, 2021

The College of Science is offering students in preprofessional health programs a way to experience global learning — without leaving their homes.


College of Science Beckman Scholar plays important role in high-level research project

Monday December 14, 2020

Beckman Scholar Luke Broughton's research centers on a potent antioxidant that might help prevent diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.


Clemson grad student focuses on identifying biomarkers in normally functioning brains

Monday December 14, 2020

College of Science grad student's research published recently in Scientific Reports.


Chemistry student’s article is named one of 2020’s best by prestigious journal

Tuesday December 08, 2020

CLEMSON, South Carolina – A paper that a Clemson University chemistry student first-authored is on the 2020 HOT articles list featured by the journal Materials Advances. Charini Maladeniya’s article titled “A role for terpenoid cyclization in the atom economical polymerization of terpenoids with sulfur to yield durable composites” is among 26 papers and review articles […]


Clemson researcher discovers parasitic worm that might be impacting spiny lobster populations, the environment and a lucrative fishery

Monday December 07, 2020

Clemson researcher Antonio Baeza has discovered and named a new species of worm that might be harming spiny lobster populations in the Caribbean.


Students learn about their ‘superpower’ from a Silicon Valley cancer survivor

Monday November 30, 2020

Bill Paseman figures he has about two years. That’s two years to find therapies for the rare, untreatable kidney cancer that first showed up in his body as a kidney stone and a sore leg on a business trip.  Paseman, an engineer and Silicon Valley veteran, isn’t one to sit back and hope someone else […]


Chemistry undergrad’s skincare products showcase skills honed at Clemson

Monday November 30, 2020

A Clemson University undergrad starts skincare line using the knowledge she has gained as a chemistry student.


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