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Creating opportunities for students

Wednesday September 22, 2021

Seifert Scholars is newest program to support undergraduate genetics and biochemistry students Molly Anderson spent her summer in a lab at Clemson University’s Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center (EPIC) researching how the human innate immune system combats fungal infections. Sadie English […]

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College of Science postdoc fellow earns Distinguished Postdoctoral Award

Tuesday September 21, 2021

Rohit Kumar has been named the recipient of the Clemson University Postdoctoral Association’s 2021 Distinguished Postdoctoral Award for his efforts to understand how to extend the productive life of food crops. Kumar works in the laboratory of Rajandeep Sekhon, an […]

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Clemson scientists’ research could help unleash the power of quantum computers

Thursday September 16, 2021

Quantum computers could revolutionize the future of science and technology by solving complex problems that are beyond the reach of even the best current classical supercomputers. Unlike conventional computers that store information in binary form (1s and 0s), quantum computers […]

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The power of attraction: Doped 1D chain of cuprates revealed as factor in material’s superconducting powers

Tuesday September 14, 2021

Clemson University physicist Yao Wang is among a team of scientists who may have found the missing piece in solving a mystery that has stumped researchers for decades — how cuprate superconductors carry electric current with no loss at relatively […]

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Path to success: COSMIC program helps College of Science students flourish, stay at Clemson

Tuesday September 14, 2021

Inara Devji likely would not still be a student at Clemson University without the COSMIC — College of Science Mentoring and Inclusion Collaborative — program. “Coming to a predominantly white institution, I felt really alone,” said Devji, a senior microbiology […]

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Understanding human disease through genetics

Tuesday September 14, 2021

Two Clemson research projects could further reveal DNA and RNA’s role DNA, RNA and proteins are the building blocks of life. DNA stores our genetic information. RNA converts that code into proteins that carry out cellular functions. But when something […]

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Perennial grass research means lusher lawns may be in the future

Monday September 13, 2021

Who doesn’t want a lush, green lawn? One Clemson University professor is using transgene technology to create grass strains that can thrive in adverse conditions while at the same time protecting wild plants in the environment. Hong Luo, a professor […]

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