UT Knoxville has been awarded up to $1.3 million in grants from the US Department of Energy for nuclear energy research and development. The university is getting $846,000 to develop new and advanced reactor designs. Another $538,000 is for research on innovative nuclear science and engineering projects.
As a freshman, Brandi Panter arrived at the University of Tennessee in fall 2008 from a rural farming community outside Nashville. She was one of only four students at UT from her high school graduating class. The experience is one Panter, now 21 and a senior, doesn’t want other students to go through. She is
A young woman checked into Johns Hopkins Hospital for cancer treatment. Her cells are biopsied and, when they show traits of immortality, are sold for medical research worldwide. It sounds like the plot of a science fiction movie. In fact, it’s a true story, and the subject of the award-winning book The Immortal Life of