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Clemson Young Alumni Council to present the 2020 Roaring10 young alumni awards

Tuesday July 06, 2021

This September, the Clemson Young Alumni Council will present its Roaring10 awards to ten outstanding individuals who received undergraduate or graduate degrees from Clemson University within the past 10 years and who exemplify Clemson’s core values of honesty, integrity and […]

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Improving ocean health

Tuesday July 06, 2021

Research, teaching and outreach play important roles Ocean health is a growing concern — and for good reason. The ocean covers over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface and produces more than half the world’s oxygen. It is home to […]

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$1.25M for Endowed Directorship in the College of Science, supporting next generation of mathematicians, scientists

Thursday June 24, 2021

Ever since she arrived at Clemson University in the fall of 1968, Emily Peek Wallace ’72 has been a trailblazer. She was the first woman to serve as a top leader of the University’s WSBF radio station and was named […]

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Stronger corn stalks could lead to greater food security

Thursday June 24, 2021

Corn is one of the most important cereal crops in the world. But stalk lodging destroys up to one-quarter of the U.S. corn crop each year. Stalk lodging is breakage of the stalk at or below the ear. when Last […]

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Natural killers: Using the body’s cells to target breast cancer

Wednesday June 16, 2021

Study lays groundwork for possible new immunotherapy for the world’s most commonly diagnosed cancer It sounds like a plot from a Quentin Tarantino movie — something sets off natural killers and sends them on a killing spree. But instead of […]

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Clemson physicist’s research will utilize one of the world’s fastest supercomputers

Tuesday June 08, 2021

A Clemson University computational physicist will use the world’s most powerful academic supercomputer to advance understanding of quantum materials, which could guide the future design of superconductor magnetic devices, quantum computers and photovoltaic solar cells. Yao Wang’s project “Electron-phonon coupling […]

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Cocaine’s effect on the brain: fruit fly research shows drug’s impact at the cellular level

Tuesday May 25, 2021

New research from the Clemson University Center for Human Genetics has identified specific cell clusters in the brain of the common fruit fly affected by acute cocaine exposure, potentially laying the groundwork for the development of drugs to treat or prevent addiction in humans.

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