A quicker and cheaper technique to scan molecular databases developed by UT researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) could put scientists on the fast track to developing new drug treatments. A team led by Jerome Baudry of the UT-ORNL Center for Molecular Biophysics adapted a widely used existing software to
Team Living Light from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, was one of eight award finalists from the United States in an international competition for innovative educational projects.
Beginning Monday, Dec. 13, utility work on campus will result in road closures and lane restrictions. Portions of Chamique Holdsclaw Drive, Phillip Fulmer Way and Estabrook Road will close throughout the week for utility and electrical work.
Brandon Hollingsworth has been named the local host for NPR’s “All Things Considered” at the University of Tennessee’s public radio station, WUOT 91.9 FM. In addition to hosting the popular nationally syndicated program for the station, Hollingsworth will serve as a reporter in WUOT’s award-winning news department.
To try easing the impact of increasing insurance premiums in 2011, employees who are paid biweekly will have the option of establishing twice-monthly payroll deductions for premiums. Splitting between both paychecks each month is intended to help make the insurance increase more manageable and to equalize net pay between the first and second biweekly payrolls
More freshmen at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are returning for their sophomore year: The retention rate has increased almost three percentage points to 86.2 percent, up from 83.6 percent last year. “An improved retention rate leads to an improved graduation rate,” said Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. “We work hard to recruit the finest students
Roy Brown dropped out of UT Knoxville more than 10 years ago. This Saturday he will be graduating. He thanks a professor who inspired him back then for helping him succeed now.
People who are neurotic often have more difficulty with relationships and marriage. But if neurotic newlyweds have frequent sexual relations, their marital satisfaction is every bit as high as their less neurotic counterparts, according to a study in the current Social Psychological and Personality Science (published by SAGE). The study was done by a pair