Dinosaurs may be extinct, but the center is working to resurrect the prehistoric giants.
On Monday, Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will pass directly over Greenville and other cities across the Upstate, casting thousands in temporary darkness.
Humans may not be the only species affected during the upcoming total solar eclipse.
The rise in urban beekeepers could be good news for bee populations, which have taken a turn for the worst over the last few years.
Professor Sarah Harcum will study better ways of engineering Chinese hamster ovary cells, which the drug industry uses to produce biopharmaceuticals.
The bicycle-sharing program in downtown now has 10 stations and more than 50 bikes.
Clemson plans to offer 50,000 free pairs of protective solar glasses.
While the Reedy River has become a hub for recreation in downtown Greenville, some residents believe it needs more access points outside the city.
Save Our Saluda has partnered with Greenville County and other stakeholders to reduce sediment runoff in a watershed used by thousands of residents.
The Furman Police Department is asking visitors to be aware of their surroundings when they are on campus due to recent black bear sightings.
The last confirmed mountain lion sighting in South Carolina occurred nearly 100 years ago, but Upstate residents are claiming to see and hear the big cats.
Riders are not required to tip drivers, and unlike normal fares, Uber will not take a cut of the tips.
Kumar, an 11-year-old male orangutan who came to Greenville in November, was able to briefly escape his enclosure on Sunday morning.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently named the Enggasser siblings as winners of a 2016 Presidential Environmental Youth Award.
The Greenville County Legislative Delegation wants South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson to investigate the partnership’s effects on competition.