The lab will enable research for multiple sectors such as precision agriculture, sports, transportation, and telemedicine.
Starting at the surface, you would have to dig nearly 2,000 miles before reaching Earth’s core. No one could survive that trip – and the 10,000-degree Fahrenheit heat once there would vaporize you anyway.
In most parts of East Asia, the new year that begins on Jan. 22 corresponds to the rabbit. In Vietnam though it will usher in the Year of the Cat.
Listen to this series of enlightening conversations to be inspired by the stories of UT faculty and discover the range of research happening on campus.
Faculty members in the Department of Religious Studies and the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures have been awarded fellowships by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Now that AI systems can generate realistic images and convincing prose, are creative and knowledge workers endangered or poised for productivity gains? A panel of experts says it’s not so clear-cut.
Taking a job while in college may put graduation out of reach for some students.
The Seven Lucky Gods usher in good fortune in the new year in Japan. Among them, Hotei plays the most prominent role, for he is considered not just a lucky god, but also a Buddha.
US workers are not skilled enough to meet the next generation of manufacturing. But efforts to train them are underway.
Take a look back at some of UT’s favorite photos and special moments from 2022.
Foundations mostly give money away in the form of grants. But there’s also a way for them to make a kind of loan that can stretch their charitable dollars.
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery? Maybe. When good ideas prosper, so do replicas, diluting the power of original thinking.