Clemson University is an education institution offering graduate and undergraduate programs. It offers programs in fields such as accountancy and legal studies, aerospace studies, agricultural and applied economics, animal and veterinary science, architecture, art, biological sciences, bioengineering, business administration, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, computer science, cooperative education, counseling, e-commerce, finance, forest resources, geological sciences, history, horticulture, marketing, military science, nursing, performing arts, plant pathology, psychology, and public administration.The colleges of the university include college of agriculture, forestry, a...
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Clemson, SC 29634-5124
Founded in 1889
Clemson University and U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
Jun 9 15
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Clemson University in the U.S. will work to improve the performance of wind turbine drive trains under a cooperative research and development agreement. The joint effort also aims to better understand how to integrate turbines with the electrical grid more effectively. The partners will share resources and capabilities in the operation and development of testing facilities.
Coastal Carolina University Partners with Clemson University to Launch Technology Incubator in Downtown Conway
Sep 23 14
Coastal Carolina University in partnership with Clemson University is launching a technology incubator in downtown Conway. The Conway Innovation Center (CIC), to be located at 1119 Third Ave., will attract and assist in the development of local commercial enterprises. While activities are beginning in the center, the CIC is scheduled to formally open later in the fall of 2014. The center will be administered by the 5thT Innovation Group, a nonprofit corporation formed by Coastal Carolina University, Horry Georgetown Technical College and the Conway community. '5thT' refers to the enterprises that have driven the Grand Strand region's economy through its history: timber, turpentine, tobacco, tourism and, most recently, technology.