The speed of sound might just be faster than originally thought, and Assistant Professor of Physics Andrew Steiner has revisited this boundary in “Sound velocity bound and neutron stars,” published in Physical Review Letters.
The journal of which Dan Magilow, associate professor of modern and foreign languages and literatures, is managing editor was referenced
The Daily Mail and National Geographic featured research by Vladimir Dinets, a research assistant professor in psychology, who has studied
Turns out we may have more in common with crocodiles than we’d ever dream. According to research by a UT psychology professor, crocodiles think surfing waves, playing ball, and going on piggyback rides are fun, too.
Thanks and congratulations to the many students, faculty, and staff who helped the 2014–15 Campus Chest campaign exceed its goal. The Knoxville-area campaign raised $624,918, which is 101 percent of its goal of $620,000.
A book by Jay Rubenstein, Alvin and Sally Beaman Professor of History, was interviewed by Bloomberg View about his book
A paper by Maria Bordt, a graduate student in sociology, has been mentioned on the website, www.bookforum.com. The site, which
The UT National Institute for Computational Sciences’s XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Service program is powering research on the effects of
Michael Goodchild, emeritus professor of geography at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will deliver the Department of Geography’s annual Hammond Lecture on February 12.
The campus and community are invited to join Darwin Day celebrations at the McClung Museum on Monday, February 9. Darwin Day is a global celebration of scientific thought and intellectual curiosity.