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.
Hidden in the Tuckaleechee Caverns in Townsend, Tennessee, is a sophisticated laboratory with a particular mission: to listen and record explosions produced by nuclear testing around the world.
The remains of an Indiana woman who had been missing for over 30 years were identified thanks to the efforts of the Forensic Anthropology Center and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
A new study suggests that Huntington’s disease may take effect much earlier in life than was previously believed, and that a new drug may be key in controlling the disease.
People with Type 2 diabetes who don’t sleep well could need more time to heal their wounds, according to a new study published by UT researchers.
A team of researchers led by UT physics professor Sarah Cousineau has made the first-ever 6D measurement of an accelerator beam.
The College of Social Work Program for Pet Health Equity has received a $2.8 million grant from Maddie’s Fund to support research and development of AlignCare.
If you are like most parents of young adults, you may wonder how much your student listens to your opinions and if they’re guided by your influence as they grow into adults.
Sometimes the transition to college can be more overwhelming than anticipated for students and their families.
A new device under development by a nuclear engineering professor will allow doctors to dispense accurate dosages of a drug made with actinium-225.