In the quest to make hydrogen as a clean alternative fuel source, researchers have been stymied about how to create usable hydrogen that is clean and sustainable without relying on an intensive, high-energy process that outweighs the benefits of not using petroleum to power vehicles. New findings from a team of researchers from UT Knoxville
Randy Gentry has been named the new president and CEO of the University of Tennessee Research Foundation, the not-for-profit organization responsible for commercializing technology that emerges from the University of Tennessee.
The Centripetals luncheon lecture series continues with a presentation by Louis Gross on “Fostering Interdisciplinarity in Research and Education: NIMBioS and Beyond,” noon Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Toyota Auditorium of the Baker Center. Tickets are $8, payable at the door, and includes lunch.
The Ready for the World Café at UT Knoxville concludes its semester the week of Nov. 16 with a menu that includes Hungarian, Filipino, Russian, French, Italian and Cuban flavors. Diners pay $11 for the all-you-can-eat buffet or $9 for a plate of food to carry out. The café accepts cash, all major credit cards,