UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair of Advanced and Nanostructured Materials Rigoerto Advincula discussed recent accomplishments around quantum dots and how they affect daily lives.
More than 70 college faculty and researchers made this year’s list of the world’s top 2 percent of most cited scientists in their fields.
Five researchers from the Tickle College of Engineering appeared on Clarivate’s 2023 High Cited Researchers list.
To battle urban heat islands, 2023 DARPA Young Faculty Award winner Nick Zhou is developing PhantoM—a bioreceptive material that could turn skyscrapers into gardens.
Professor Garrett Rose is part of an interdisciplinary team of researchers that was awarded a grant to study the gap between human brain processing efficiency and the limitations of current artificial intelligence models.
Jon Hathaway is leading a team from UT to help expand Knoxville’s tree canopy and reduce stormwater runoff to underserved communities in East Knoxville.
Postelle Professor, Chancellor’s Professor, and Department of Nuclear Engineering Department Head Wes Hines is set to retire at the end of next year.
Suresh Babu and UT alum Kevin Lamb have discovered that the pores in additively manufactured steel, long considered a nuisance, can actually make components better in some configurations.
Professor Trinh has helped develop a yeast strain that can upcycle polyolefin plastic, a major pollutant, into useful biochemicals and biodegradable plastics.
Associate Professor Khalid Hattar, director of the Tennessee Ion Beam Laboratory, coordinated work with international teams to install a first-ever advanced lens for an electron microspore at Sandia National Laboratories.