Two faculty members have been named Fulbright Scholars. One will focus on sustaining human-wildlife coexistence, the other on writing and language instruction for Deaf students.
Research is revealing that fitness trackers alone can be helpful facilitators toward changing a sedentary lifestyle but don’t motivate people to increase their physical activity.
David Donovan and Livia Casali explain the engineering advancements that made a recent nuclear fusion breakthrough possible.
UT researchers will team up with community members to map urban heat islands and collect the data necessary to protect disproportionately affected communities.
A team of students and faculty from the Tickle College of Engineering collaborated to create their own innovative flexible learning environment within the university’s new Zeanah Engineering Complex.
Growing native grasses as cattle forage is an example of working lands conservation, balancing human use of the land with conservation goals.
Using an A to F grading scale, Tennesseans will soon be able to the improvements made to the water quality of the state’s urban waterways.
UT announces the launch of the Institute for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing. The institute represents UT’s increasingly interdisciplinary approach to tackling real-world problems for the benefit of Tennesseans and beyond.
Ballings will work with Amazon in applying research methods to complex technical challenges.
What may look like a glow in a picture, is actually an animal’s natural hunting trait.
Lou Gross receives the 2022 Macebearer Award, UT’s highest faculty honor.
Matthew Cook explains how math and nutrition can help runners maximize their energy output for The Conversation.