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Experimental Education

A first-of-its-kind graduate program is pushing beyond the boundaries of a single discipline.

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Instruments of Change

A beam of neutrons may be the key to visualizing tiny biological and engineering processes.

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Faster Than Real Time

Creating a traffic simulation system so advanced, it may revolutionize the world of transportation.

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New Age Alloys

Novel combinations of elements may be the key to the strongest heat-resistant materials ever created.

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Tony Mezzacappa, professor of physics, has been named director of the Joint Institute for Computational Sciences. In addition to his work at UT, Mezzacappa directed the Terascale Supernova Initiative at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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Craig Barnes, former head of UTK’s chemistry department, has taken the post of interim director of the Science Alliance. The alliance was created in 1984 as the state’s largest center of excellence with a goal of improving scientific collaboration between the university and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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Spotlight on Jeremy Smith

Governor’s Chair Jeremy Smith uses computer simulations to search for causes and cures for genetic diseases.

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Adriana Moreo

Recognizing Adriana Moreo for her research pertaining to graphene semiconductors.

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Michael L. Simpson

Recognizing Michael L. Simpson for his leadership in interdisciplinary research and a career filled with noteworthy awards.

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Yilu Liu has been named the fourth UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair. She will hold appointments at ORNL’s Energy and Transportation Science Division and UT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. More information.