A team of three professors has combined high-tech experiments with supercomputing to probe the function of critical enzymes called cytochrome P450s. Understanding the various internal motions these enzymes undergo to bind different drugs will aid in the design of medicines.
Robert Heller, professor of journalism and electronic media, had a big idea: getting his students to think about the importance of voting in the upcoming presidential election. He had his students create posters to encourage the UT community to vote.
Diners will have the opportunity to savor Japanese cookery during the next Ready for the World Café on Thursday, November 8. The café operates from noon to 1:00 p.m. in the UT Visitors Center on Neyland Drive. Advance tickets will be sold for the luncheon for $12, and the faculty-staff discount applies.
Nearly 600 students from forty-seven Tennessee high schools battled in the UT-Pro2Serve Math Contest held at UT on October 25. But only ten students were awarded $4,000 annual scholarships to UT. Scholarships are funded by UT and Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek.