NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The state’s small- and medium-sized suppliers of automobile parts will get some help from the Saturn Corp. and the University of Tennessee, it was announced Friday. The program — the latest in a UT-Saturn partnership established in 1988 — will help manufacturers make high-quality parts more efficiently and effectively for Saturn and
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Growing food in space may be more complicated than scientists first thought, a University of Tennessee plant genetics researcher said Friday. Orchard grass cells aboard the space shuttle Discovery did not grow as expected in weightlessness, said Dr. Bob Conger of the UT Agricultural Experiment Station. It is information of interest to
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– The University of Tennessee and IBM, the nation’s largest information technology company, are making an official commitment to seek more opportunities for joint ventures. UT-Knoxville Chancellor Bill Snyder said a partnership agreement will be signed Monday. “The explosion in information sciences around the world makes renewing this partnership even more important,” Snyder said.