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.
It’s important for you to remember to make your personal wellness and healthy living priorities while at UT. There are many resources on campus to ensure you are living healthy, which includes eating healthy foods, exercising regularly, and practicing good sleep habits.
Jeremy Smith, Governor’s Chair for Molecular Biophysics, has discovered a chemical compound that could lower sugar levels as effectively as the diabetes drug metformin but with a lower dose.
Colin Sumrall confirms the discovery of a 475-million-year-old fossil.
Nadia Fomin, an assistant professor in experimental nuclear/neutron physics, conducted research at the Jefferson Lab and spoke about the support the lab received in a Daily Press article.
Microbiology professor Steven W. Wilhelm’s Science Philanthropy Alliance article from June 2017 was referenced in a recent New York Times article about viruses.
Microbiology graduate research assistant Karissa Cross spoke with Knoxville News Sentinel about her work with the D. Oralis bacteria cultivated at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Ecology graduate student Angela Chuang talked to Inside Science on spider flight, known as “ballooning.”
The partnership looks to improve everything from patient wait times to recovery from surgery.
NIMBioS’s Sergey Gavrilets recently received a grant from the US Department of Defense for a project that will develop new mathematical modeling tools to investigate political revolutions and the resilience of human societies to shocks.
UT microbiology assistant professor Karen Lloyd interviewed with the host of Brigham Young University’s Radio show, ‘Top of Mind’ with Julie Rose.