The Center for Transportation Research is celebrating its 45th anniversary with a day of events highlighting its history as well as a panel discussion from state officials representing the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Department of Safety and Homeland Security, and Department of Health.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has honored UT’s Yuntao Wu with the 2017 Radiation Instrumentation Early Career Award, a top honor for young faculty.
The Women of Color STEM Conference has named UT’s Jasmine Worlds the 2017 recipient of the Student Leadership Award from the Career Communication Group.
Randy Bresnik demonstrates how fidget spinners work in space.
David Clarke discussed the problems with New York’s Penn Station with the NY Times.
Startups, entrepreneurs, makers, investors, business leaders, students, and community leaders from across East Tennessee gathered to celebrate Knoxville as a great place to start and grow businesses.
The Center for Advanced Systems Research and Education at UT will host an international event on October 6 that aims to improve business practices around the world.
A new technique for building automotive panels with thermoplastics and carbon fibers could revolutionize the auto industry.
Four faculty members from the Haslam College of Business and Tickle College of Engineering have received a National Science Foundation grant totaling $1.7 million.
CURENT, a National Science Foundation-backed center housed at UT, has the electric grid, its security, and its sustainability as its focus.
Each semester, the Tickle College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series welcomes an array of leaders in the field of engineering. This fall, the lineup includes lectures on everything from water sustainability to robots in the workforce, including the prestigious Kappe Lecture. Held in conjunction with Vanderbilt University and Tennessee Tech University, the Kappe Lecture is
An interdisciplinary collaboration at UT is confronting storm-related flooding and runoff, an increasingly important topic highlighted by recent devastation in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and the looming threat of Hurricane Irma. The National Science Foundation is providing $1.8 million in funding for the College of Social Work and the Department of Civil and Environmental