Arkis BioSciences is a high-tech medical device company founded by Chad Seaver, a UT alumnus. The company offers a portfolio of neurosurgical tools and advanced catheters that streamline surgeries, reduce risks, enhance treatment outcomes and lower the overall cost of care.
From developing a strapless CPAP device for sleep apnea to using bioluminescent zebrafish as a tool for drug screening, the University of Tennessee Research Foundation’s Maturation Funding program has helped researchers develop technologies with potential for commercial use.
100 of the most accomplished alumni in University of Tennessee history were celebrated Friday evening as part of an occasion marking the 100th anniversary of Tennessee Alumnus, the system-wide alumni magazine.
Turning research into real-world solutions with market value is the focus of an intensive, three-week workshop that kicked off October 3 at Cherokee Farm.
BASF, the world’s largest chemical producer, has teamed with UT-led IACMI-The Composites Institute and Oak Ridge National Laboratory to develop the next generation of auto panels and materials.