Professor of anthropology, Jan Simek, explains the history of walking and the first instance of when it was recorded
The Program for Pet Health Equity in the College of Social receives a $3.4 million expansion grant from Maddie’s Fund to help the national reach of their AlignCare program.
As a volunteer at Knox Free Medical Clinic, Varun Rangnekar saw an out-of-date system and found a way to streamline its workflows.
Undergraduate students will serve as health care technicians. Graduate students, who are all licensed and trained registered nurses, will serve in ICUs and provide bedside care to COVID-19 patients.
Amy Neil’s loss led to the Luke Hudson Neil Foundation, honoring her son and supporting the UT project that gave her a keepsake of his life.
Scientists are looking for safe new ways to prevent ice from damaging food in frozen storage, which costs consumers billions of dollars a year in wasted food.
The “corpse flower” smells like a rotting body when it blooms.
Julia Albright explains how a common motion from cats is a signal of their mood.
R. Alexander Bentley suggests that many governments, including the US, already collect and make public population statistics that could help them prepare for the next pandemic.
Scientists from across the nation will discuss the impacts of hemp-based products on animal health at a UTIA-hosted conference.
Brood X cicadas are emerging after 17 years. Jerome Grant, a professor of entomology and plant pathology at UTIA, has shared some fact-or-fiction statements about cicadas.
For more than two decades, the College of Nursing has taken a leading role in understanding health conditions in Appalachia and how practitioners can intervene.