New research from the College of Engineering details a new technique for forming a two-dimensional, single-atom sheet of two different materials with a seamless boundary. The findings, published in Science, could help revolutionize the landscape of nanotechnology and electronics.
Two new exhibits—one featuring ancient glass from the Mediterranean and the other featuring American Indian glass beadwork—open Saturday, January 18, at the McClung Museum. Glass of the Ancient Mediterranean and Brightly Beaded: North American Indian Glass Beadwork will run through June 1, 2014. They illustrate a variety of objects ranging from the ancient world to
Facilities Services has been working around the clock since Sunday to manage a number of building problems throughout the campus due to the freezing temperatures earlier this week. Problems with various plumbing and heating systems are currently being addressed in academic buildings, sports facilities, and residence halls. The isolated problems have not required reassignment of
The East Tennessee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America and UT’s McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture will continue their annual lecture series Thursday, January 16. The first lecture will feature UT professor Dawnie Steadman, a skeletal biologist who specializes in forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology, and human rights investigations. Steadman will talk about the
Big Orange Country had a big year in 2013. Our faculty made ground-breaking discoveries and our students earned international recognition. Our campus saw new buildings open and the announcement of more improvements to come. Take a look at the most popular Tennessee Today stories, based upon the number of people who viewed them. Get ready
Work has begun on the demolition of Stokely Athletics Center and Gibbs Hall. The university is making way for a new residence hall and dining facility and parking garage on the site at the corner of Volunteer and Lake Loudoun Boulevards. Plans are also in place to expand Haslam Field on the site. Abatement work