A laboratory established in spring 2018 in UT’s Tickle College of Engineering is on its way to becoming a regional leader in water quality analysis.
Micah Folsom and Logan McNeil, doctoral students in UT’s Tickle College of Engineering, recently took part in one of the first student tours of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, which was crippled by a devastating tsunami in 2011.
Ten faculty members will each have six minutes and 40 seconds to explain their unique research ranging from Nationwide commercials to neurological disorders at Mic/Nite on Wednesday, March 13.
A new technology may change the way patients with diabetes monitor their glucose levels, thanks to sensors being developed by a UT professor.
Four years ago, as he was finishing his senior year of high school, Daniel Enciso set his sights on a goal—attending UT to study engineering. Today he graduates with a computer engineering major in the Tickle College of Engineering.
Professors Lynne Parker and Adriana Moreo have been selected as 2018 American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows for their work as leading researchers and their distinguished professional service.
UT senior and recently named Rhodes Scholar, Grant Rigney answers a few questions about himself and his plans for the future.
A group of six UT students won a silver medal for their performance in the 2018 International Genetically Engineered Machine Giant Jamboree.
UT senior Grant Rigney has been named a 2019 Rhodes scholar—the eighth in University of Tennessee, Knoxville, history.
Until he arrived at UT this fall, freshman electrical engineering major Casey MacKinnon spent his entire life in Asia.
One microphone. Ten faculty members. 400 seconds. That’s under seven minutes for each faculty member to explain their unique research.
Three UT colleges have been chosen to participate in the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, an Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition.