For thousands of years, Native Americans left their artistic mark deep within caves in the American Southeast. It wasn’t until 1980 that these ancient visual expressions were known to archaeologists.
Entomology expert explains what the fall armyworm is and how to control them.
New research by Haslam College of Business faculty studies the ineffectiveness of a positive emotion to sales by livestreamers.
A recent study involving UT faculty found that a salesperson’s demeanor can affect sale performance.
Julia Albright explains how a common motion from cats is a signal of their mood.
A new study by two professors in UT’s Haslam College of Business will help supply chain leaders determine if blockchain is right for them.
Scientists from across the nation will discuss the impacts of hemp-based products on animal health at a UTIA-hosted conference.
A new study by UT researchers gives city managers and policymakers data on e-scooter accidents to make long-term decisions for transportation policy.
Two faculty members in the Haslam College of Business say that video games could be the answer to successfully online teaching.
New research by Lecturer of Earth and Planetary Sciences Stephanie Drumheller sheds light on how ancient giant crocodiles changed their diet as they matured.
A new study involving Associate Professor Karen Lloyd finds a new microbial ecosystem thriving in violent conditions.
A heavily trafficked bridge in Morgan County, Tennessee, is lightening up with fiber-reinforced polymer composite.