The Clemson technology is a type of optical fibers that incorporates an oxide glass cladding and crystalline silicon core.
Inventor: John Ballato, Robert Rice
A Clemson University researcher has developed a non-aqueous based system that can achieve high isotope selectivity, while being cost and energy effective.
Inventor: Kyle Brinkman
Clemson University researchers have a created a unqiue technique that can expand the networking potential of future computing technologies and establishes a base for which quantum signals can be propagated.
Inventor: Eric Johnson
Clemson University researchers have implemented the first 3D FRAP microscope in the world by innovatively combining the 3D spatial Fourier transform FRAP method with high speed volumetric imaging and high-resolution structural imaging.
Inventor: Dr. Hai Yao,
Dr. Tong Ye
Advanced Materials, Biotechnology
Carbon dots (also called “carbon quantum dots”, “carbon nanodots”, etc.) represent a new class of photoactive nanomaterials that compete effectively with semiconductor quantum dots, a market that was valued at $961.4 million in 2013 and is projected to be larger than $5 billion in 2020.
Inventor: Dr. Ya-Ping Sun