Researchers at NIMBioS will be using information from the present and past to create models and solve problems in the future.
Dr. Jayne Wu is developing novel technologies to test particles, including proteins, bacteria, viruses, and cells, within tiny amounts of fluid.
Students and researchers from the UT Knoxville physics department are working on a project that could potentially change our understanding of how the universe was created.
Children of war are the focus of growing global concern: Not only are their experiences disturbing, but these young people are on the cusp of leadership and decision-making roles in their societies.
At UT’s world-renowned Forensic Anthropology Research Facility, unparalleled research intersects with a program that is enhancing the quality of law enforcement.
America may think it knows James Agee, the iconic author of A Death in the Family and Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.
Michael Lofaro says “Oh no, you don’t.”
Look inside living cells for the first time, and learn more about how UT Knoxville and ORNL research is changing the way medicine can be delivered.
Recognizing Jeff Reinbolt for recently receiving a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award.
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