Studying how small particles and organisms disperse in water could help scientists figure out how to prevent and mediate microplastic pollution.
Controlling fungi in crops is essential for both plant and human health.
What does it mean to have a healthy, happy body?
Different isotopes behaved slightly differently during each stage of Earth’s formation.
The National Institute of Justice has awarded two grants to UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center.
The latest TennCare survey shows positive results for quality of care satisfaction; affordability continues to be the top reason people remain uninsured.
Reducing stress in plants could help improve crop production to feed the world’s population.
Microbes play an important role in the microscopic way we live on after death.
Plant appreciation is on the rise.
Despite scientific consensus that fever is beneficial in fighting infections, exactly how is contentious.
The World Health Organization met in August to discuss traditional medicine.
A better understanding of the experiences of LGBTQ+ caregivers is a key step toward programs, policies and services that support their well-being.