Anthropology faculty members have been awarded a national grant to develop a protocol to correctly identify blunt-force fractures made before death from burned human remains.
The strength of 3D-printed products could be improved through a new technique developed by scientists at UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Just as a high-performing computer needs the right parts in order to work at its best, a high-performing department requires the right people to excel.
It’s hard to imagine what Blount College’s first scholars in 1794 would say about the university’s current research efforts in areas like artificial intelligence, driverless cars, advanced materials manufacturing, and big data.
The work of two College of Law professors is informing the US Commission on Civil Rights as it seeks to determine whether Tennessee residents are being treated fairly.
As hospitals see an increase in patients addicted to injectable opioids, they’re facing new treatment challenges, and UT has stepped in to help.
As Marshall Prado watches the fibers wind in his latest architectural project in the Fab Lab, he sees worlds coming together.
With one small wearable gadget, Professor Jindong Tan hopes to open a bigger, safer world for people with visual impairments.
Why would microbiologist Karen Lloyd descend into the crater of an active volcano?