CES honors remarkable awardees in 2014 ceremony

Every spring the College of Engineering and Science recognizes students for achievement in research, teaching and leadership. Read more

Students honored for bringing clean water to Haitian village

The Institute of International Education announced Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries won a Heiskell Award in the study-abroad category. Read more

New probe could help determine severity of rotator-cuff injuries

David M. Kwartowitz is working on a new ultrasound instrument that could make it easier for doctors to decide whether patients need shoulder surgery. Read more

Research focuses on making renewable energy more cost-effective

The Clemson technology starts with building blocks that are about 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. Read more

Communicating and Collaborating Across Disciplines

The 2014 CES Research Symposium provides a platform for collaboration. Read more

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