UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have once again teamed up on a breakthrough technology—this time with a research idea inspired by a pair of high school students.
College of Engineering News
The National Science Foundation is backing the work of a graduate student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
UT will host the inaugural regional conference of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society on April 8 and 9. Among the topics discussed will be Improving the educational, health, personal, and professional outlooks for Native Americans.
Howard Hall addressed topics related to how real is the dirty bomb threat.
The College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series wraps up the spring with a visit from NASA’s Les Johnson.
A scientific leader and strategic partner of UT’s will be the next person to receive an honorary degree from the university this spring.
UT has been selected to participate in a $317 million public-private partnership run by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and announced today by US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter.
ORNL is seeking graduate students from business, engineering, and arts and sciences for a unique program.
Teams from around the country have begun arriving in town as the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics 2016 competition gets under way.
UT nuclear engineering professor Brian Wirth is considered one of the leading authorities in nuclear materials and modeling how those materials behave in extreme environments.