WBIR-TV anchor Abby Ham conducts an in-depth interview with Professor Emeritus of Forensic Anthropology Bill Bass, best known for founding the Forensic Anthropology Center (also known as the “Body Farm”). Bass has written seven books and performed numerous breakthroughs in forensic anthropology
By identifying two genes required for transforming inorganic into organic mercury, which is far more toxic, UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) scientists today have taken a significant step toward protecting human health. The question of how methylmercury, an organic form of mercury, is produced by natural processes in the environment has stumped scientists
Irish-American poet, essayist, and fiction writer Thomas Lynch will continue the Writers in the Library series on February 11. Lynch will be reading from his work at 7:00 p.m. in the Hodges Library Auditorium. The reading is free and open to the public.
Did you know that East Tennessee is one of the most active seismic zones in the country?This morning more than 2.5 million people participated in The Great Central US ShakeOut to encourage earthquake preparedness. As part of the ShakeOut, The Office of Emergency Management urges you to take a moment to learn what to do