news: prof. foulger highlighted in clemson world

Clemson World recently presented an article on Prof. Foulger's research effort in non-invasive optogenetics. Foulger (the primary investigator) and two collaborators, neuroscientists Lori McMahon at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Jason Weick at the University of New Mexico, recently won $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop X-ray-triggered radioluminescent particles to control brain functions. Foulger, as the materials scientist and director of Clemson’s Center for Optical Materials Science and Engineering, is responsible for creating the scintillating nanoparticles.