Clarivate Analytics annually calculates the world’s most cited researchers, and the 2018 list features eight people who work with the UT Knoxville campus in some capacity.
UT’s undergraduate commencement and graduate hooding ceremonies will be held December 13 and 14. Governor Bill Haslam will address students during the undergraduate commencement ceremony on December 14.
The National Science Foundation announced support for a variety of studies aimed at understanding Earth’s biodiversity, including a project led by UT’s Frank Loeffler.
A team of researchers led by Stephanie TerMaath has made some promising strides in combating symptoms of hydrocephalus.
A new study involving University of Tennessee-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology Terry Hazen will look at how aquatic microbial communities are impacted by biocides associated with hydraulic fracking.
UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are part of a team whose breakthrough in fuel cell and hydrogen technology recently was awarded $2 million in funding from the US Department of Energy.
The US Department of Energy has chosen a project led by UT–Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Electrical Energy Conversion and Storage Thomas Zawodzinski as one of 10 recipients of Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy grants.
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.
When the US Department of Energy unveiled its newest supercomputer, Summit, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory it once again gave the country the world’s fastest computer, taking that honor back from China.
Green tea has always been known to have beneficial health effects, but how these effects come about has been a mystery. Now, a team collaborating across the UT System has discovered molecular mechanisms through which key chemicals in green tea work.
A better understanding of water molecules could pave the way for new technology.