The Department of Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program awarded UT-led SEAMTN $5 million in funding.
Keen to build partnerships in Central Asia, Rupy Sawhney turned to UT’s Center for Global Engagement (CGE) to explore opportunities. […]
Enexor BioEnergy and UT’s Dayakar Penumadu have teamed up to design and build a combustion engine that can burn waste products with zero carbon emissions.
Two UT professors work on teams that have been nominated for R&D 100 awards, Yilu Liu and Michela Taufer.
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Advanced Manufacturing Suresh Babu is leading research that the Department of Defense has extended two years.
UT and AT&T are collaborating on new research surrounding 5G technology, with faculty in the Tickle College of Engineering playing key roles.
Nicholas Brown, Giovanni Pastore, Jamie Coble, and Brian Wirth were awarded grants totaling $3.2 million from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the University of Kentucky, and the US Army are partnering on a new advanced manufacturing project.
Professor Ivan Maldonado shares his opinion on the role that nuclear energy can play as a key part of a carbon-free future.
UT’s Materials Science and Engineering Department Head Veerle Keppens will serve as second term in that role.