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.
The Tickle College of Engineering was ranked 34th among public institution in the latest U.S. New and World Report rankings.
Sergei Kalinin and collaborators at UT and ORNL earned an R&D100 Award for developing autonomous processes for microscopy that can impact research methods in multiple disciplines.
Daniel Costinett has received an early career achievement award from the IEEE for his devotion to power electronics research and education.
First-year Engineering Vols Coleman Bain and Ariel Thompson are among UT’s newest Peyton Manning Scholars, and recently met the scholarship namesake and benefactor in a reception honoring their achievements.
Anahita Khojandi, associate professor in industrial and systems engineering, is the new Heath Faculty Fellow for the Heath Integrated Business and Engineering Program, joining Russell Zaretzki, counterpart Heath Fellow from…
EECS faculty researchers look to repurpose older, but still useful, EV batteries to bolster the power grid.
The word “fractals” might inspire images of psychedelic colors spiraling into infinity in a computer animation. An invisible, but powerful and useful, version of this phenomenon exists in the realm…
Joshua Fu publication examines methods to increase data quality when using machine modeling to measure and predict air pollution.
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