High-entropy alloys—substances constructed with equivalent quantities of five or more metals—might hold the key to future manufacturing and construction, and two researchers from UT could help pave the way.
Gail Hershatter, distinguished professor of history at the University of California, Santa Cruz, will focus on Chinese women, past and present, in a Humanities Center Distinguished Lecture on Wednesday, March 25.
Advances in solar technology may come as the result of a new electric vehicle charging station and solar panels at UT, created in partnership with the university’s West Tennessee Solar Farm.
Professor Mark Littmann, Hill Chair of Excellence in Science Writing in the School of Journalism and Electronic Media, has been selected as the second recipient of the College of Communication and Information Board of Visitors Professorship.
Faculty at UT’s Haslam College of Business have identified best practices for modern distribution centers across eleven key functions.
Join UTRF for a ninety-minute seminar called “Patent Essentials” on March 27 in Min H. Kao Building Room 622 to dive into some important questions about intellectual property and how you and the university can benefit from commercialization efforts.
Daylight saving time begins at 2:00 a.m. Sunday—and while you’ll only turn the clock ahead one hour, the disruption might be enough to throw you temporarily off kilter.
The United Kingdom’s Royal Academy of Engineering recently awarded Stephen J. Paddison, the Gibson Endowed Chair in Engineering at UT, a Distinguished Visiting Fellowship.
The UT Humanities Center has announced its class of fellows for the 2015–16 academic year. The faculty and graduate student fellowship recipients will be afforded a full year in the Humanities Center to pursue their respective research projects.
The adverse effects of radiation on nuclear fuel could soon be better controlled thanks to research involving UT’s College of Engineering.