A group of six UT students won a silver medal for their performance in the 2018 International Genetically Engineered Machine Giant Jamboree.
The National Science Foundation announced support for a variety of studies aimed at understanding Earth’s biodiversity, including a project led by UT’s Frank Loeffler.
A new study, co-authored by a UT professor and student, could change the way scientists look at one of the most essential enzymes in medicine in hopes of designing better and more cost-effective drugs in the future.
The Precious Prints Project, an initiative of the UT College of Nursing’s Student Nurses Association that offers free fingerprint charms to families who have lost a child, recently welcomed four more East Tennessee Covenant Health hospitals to its volunteer network.
With Halloween just around the corner, bats are everywhere from decorations to horror movies. Gary McCracken, professor of evolutionary ecology, has studied bats for over 20 years, provides four fascinating facts about the winged creatures.
Pedestrians near McClung Tower Plaza this Friday may want to keep an eye to the sky, because UT’s Society of Physics Students will be hosting its fourth annual pumpkin drop.
The 31st annual National Chemistry Week kicked off on October 21, and UT is hosting a series of events to celebrate it through October 27.
A team of researchers led by Stephanie TerMaath has made some promising strides in combating symptoms of hydrocephalus.
UT will host the first Rocky Top BioBlitz—a biological survey focused on identifying as many species as possible in a defined area over a short period of time—from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, October 11.
The College of Nursing’s Vine School Health Center is marking Pediatric Nursing Week 2018 by continuing its growth through expanded telehealth services.
A new study suggests that plate tectonics—a scientific theory that divides the earth into large chunks of crust that move slowly over hot viscous mantle rock—could have been active from the planet’s very beginning.
Research led by Karen Lloyd says that uncultured microbes could be dominating nearly all the environments on earth except for the human body.