A researcher at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has uncovered one of the reasons why a popular HIV drug is short on effectiveness.
This Thursday, undergraduate students from all over the country will visit a beef herd at UT’s East Tennessee Research & Education Center as a part of their summer research project to understand and help control the spread of E.coli bacteria in cattle. The students will learn about the management of a beef (cow-calf) operation so they can incorporate farm management factors into mathematical models and evaluate how changing management affects the spread of E. coli 0157 at the farm level.
The songwriter-in-residence program at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, or NIMBioS, at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, was featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered.”
When a singer-songwriter sits down to write lyrics and create an accompanying melody, math and biology usually don’t make their way into the musical equation. With the Songwriter-in-Residence program at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) at the UT Knoxville, science makes the cut every time.
In this News Sentinel story about the UT Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Research Experiences for Veterinary Students program organized by NIMBioS, Kimberly Gwinn, UT associate professor of entomology and plant pathology, and Catherine Crawley, NIMBioS communications coordinator, talk about the unique program and its benefits.
UT professors conducting research at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis will get help this summer from undergraduates coming from around the country to participate in the Research Experience for Undergraduates and Research Experience for Veterinary programs.
A research paper by a UT Knoxville professor and associate director for scientific activities at National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis has made its way to the floor of the United Kingdom’s House of Commons.
Researchers from all over the world will join forces at UT Knoxville this week to try to combat a deadly parasite which has infected up to one-quarter of Americans and up to one-third of the world’s population, according to an estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Centripetals luncheon lecture series continues with a presentation by Louis Gross on “Fostering Interdisciplinarity in Research and Education: NIMBioS and Beyond,” noon Wednesday, Nov. 18, in the Toyota Auditorium of the Baker Center. Tickets are $8, payable at the door, and includes lunch.
The ratings are in, and UT Knoxville’s National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, or NIMBioS, is at the top of the charts. A video about the year-old National Science Foundation research center is the most-watched video on the SEC Academic Network, a new Web site that hosts academically-oriented videos from all the schools of the Southeastern Conference.