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As the facilitator of technology transfer at Clemson University, we are there to help Clemson faculty, staff, and students move their innovative technologies out of the classroom and into the market.
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In our role as the Clemson University Research Foundation, we work to build relationships with industry in an effort to encourage research at Clemson University, and contribute meaningful and innovative discoveries to society.
Clemson University researchers have developed a spatial image digitizer (SID) to help farmers with growing crops and increase yields.
Carbon dots brightly fluoresce across the entire visible spectrum and near-IR, making them ideal for serving as fluorescence probes for bioimaging.
Clemson University researchers have developed a method of super-resolution microscopy that allows for imaging of live samples without causing damage to the cellular architecture.
Clemson University researchers have developed a readily available multilayered osteochondral implant that allows for better integration and mechanical support, decreasing the potential for rejection or revision surgery.
Researchers have developed a method for reducing fish waste output using algal growth basins originally developed for wastewater treatment.