A partnership between the UT Health Science Center’s Graduate School of Medicine and local nanotechnology firm NanoTek, LLC place the collaboration at the forefront of research in the detection of cancer and chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
“Recovery feels like ‘two steps forward, one step back,’” New Orleans social worker Mary-Ellen Harwood said. A Memphis native and an alumna of the University of Tennessee at Martin, Harwood is director of mental health services at the NO/AIDS Task Force in New Orleans.
Research by University of Tennessee graduate student Gregory Crutsinger has shed light on a level of biodiversity that could influence the way plants are grown and seeds are sown.
Less than 36 hours before Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast last year, University of Tennessee alumnus Dereck Terry was returning from a business trip, exhausted and looking forward to having a little R & R at his condo in the French Quarter. He didn’t get it.
Bill Stetar, of UT’s Center for Industrial Services, has been selected to help judge the Manufacturer LIVE Awards 2006.