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no easy answers

Perhaps it’s unanswerable personal questions that drive Naimou’s professional inquiries to such intense, daunting subjects.

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trapping Chagas

Faculty and student researchers hope to fashion a trap for the parasite that causes Chagas disease.

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new technology, natural power

A small Haitian village that was hit hard by cholera is getting water and sanitation services for the first time as a group of students design and help build new systems from scratch.

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the authentic underdog

As humans, struggle draws us in. We love to support passion and determination—and when we see those qualities coupled with a fight to succeed against overwhelming odds, we become captivated. We cheer for the underdog.

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a clue in amber

In a locked room at a museum, the 99-million-year-old beetle rests peacefully, its tiny body encased in pale golden amber.

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getting seen to get safe

Psychologists employ a technology used in Hollywood filmmaking to make pedestrians and bicyclists more conspicuous to drivers.

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the cane is back!

Clemson helps reintroduce Purple Ribbon sugarcane to Sapelo Island, the birthplace of commercial sugar production in the U.S.

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restoring Hunnicutt

As a campus stream gets new life, student researchers check its vitals.

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bring the audience to the artists

Community-supported art gives students a taste of the marketplace.

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a wake-up call for drowsy drivers

Finding a reliable way to test for fatigue could help save lives.

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