In the fall issue, UT experts discuss the future of Tennessee through the water running across and under the state. As that water goes, so goes the future for the people who depend on it.
Most diagnostic devices on the market today are expensive and can take hours or even several days to provide results. Since 2009, Jayne Wu and Shigetoshi Eda have been collaborating to develop a low-cost device that is easy to use, portable, and can detect infectious diseases and pathogens in a matter of minutes.
The free app is the first platform to aggregate solely UT news updates, feature stories and videos from UT campuses and institutes into a single news feed.
A time-lapse view of the 2017 Solar Eclipse from Ayres Hall at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
In response to the recommendations of a special independent commission appointed to review and address Title IX compliance, the University has launched a national search for a Title IX coordinator with system-wide oversight