BONN, Germany– The most effective, efficient way to reduce global warming is for industrialized nations and less developed countries to work together, a study by the Joint Institute for Energy and the Environment at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville shows. A report on the study headed by Dr. Russell Lee and Dr. Milton Russell will be
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Fifty-one Knox County students are recent recipients of scholarships from the University of Tennessee National Alumni Association. The recipients: — Matthew R. Albright, 2226 Robinson Road, Knoxville, received a $1,500 freshman scholarship at UT-Knoxville. He is the son of Raymond and Vickie Albright. — Edward J. Antczak, 211 Sandringham Court, Knoxville, received
TULLAHOMA, Tenn. — NASA’s plans to send a manned mission to Mars may include a sailcraft developed at the University of Tennessee Space Institute. Dr. Gary Flandro, holder of UTSI’s Chair of Excellence in Space Propulsion, and two graduate students are working on a vehicle whose giant Mylar sail would be powered by solar radiation.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– The Dow’s 500-point drop Monday came as no surprise to a University of Tennessee economist who said markets will remain vulnerable pending an overhaul of the international monetary system. Short-term, said Dr. Paul Davidson, economics professor at UT-Knoxville, further market declines depend on the actions of Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Davidson said