AUBO Robotics, which develops lightweight robots for industrial use, has opened a research and development facility at Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus in Knoxville.
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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.
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.
The award, presented by Keep Knoxville Beautiful, is designated for properties that incorporate renewable materials, energy efficiency, LEED certification and other sustainable building practices.
Keppens, current head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in UT’s College of Engineering, takes over from George Pharr who is leaving for another university after the fall semester.