The Clemson technology is a type of optical fibers that incorporates an oxide glass cladding and crystalline silicon core.
Inventor: John Ballato, Robert Rice
Clemson University researchers, along with healthcare workers from PRISMA Health have developed a novel, portable, negative pressure hood prototype that will protect both patients and staff from infection or viral exposure.
Inventor: John DesJardins,
Clemson University researchers have developed software that allows for collective symptom tracking of populations, giving healthcare practitioners both individual and population-level health data.
Inventor: Jordon Gilmore,
Clemson University researchers have created an inexpensive and simple fabrication process with a highly sensitive, flexible, and biocompatible method that is suitable for the wearable electronics market.
Inventor: Goutam Koley
Clemson researchers have developed a a breast tissue biopsy marker consisting of a polymeric carrier with embedded metallic nanoparticles, designed with the purpose of enabling clinicians to localize a cancerous region within the breast tissue non-invasively.
Inventor: Delphine Dean