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Predicting protein evolution earns Clemson chemist $588,000 NSF award
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26
Apr
2010

Brian Dominy, a computational chemist at Clemson University, tries to calculate how molecules — especially the proteins that are the biochemical workhorses of the human body — will adapt and change when they meet new partners, such as medicines. His work modeling how proteins evolve in the body has just earned Dominy a five-year, $588,000 National Science Foundation grant to create new computer models of the process.

 
Clemson named ‘green’ college by Princeton Review
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Apr
2010

Clemson University is one of the country’s most environmentally responsible colleges according to The Princeton Review. The nationally known education services company selected Clemson for inclusion in “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges.”

 
Clemson breaks ground on $31 million building project
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23
Apr
2010

Clemson University broke ground Friday on a $31 million project to expand and renovate Rudolph E. Lee Hall, home of the university’s design, build and visual arts disciplines.

 
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