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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.
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