Dinosaurs have captured the imagination of humans for years, being re-imagined through films, books, amusement parks and toys. But, for all their exploration and exploitation, many mysteries still surround the prehistoric giants.
To Rebecca Juarez, being a Volunteer isn't just at title, but an aspiration that allows every UT student to feel welcome. This means that no matter what obstacles Volunteers may face, they will always have the support to carry them through.
According to Brian O'Meara, an ecology and evolutionary biology professor and researcher, UT's annual Darwin Day events are all about the "outreach of a core theory in biology." That core theory is evolution, and this year's theme of paleontology calls attention to the discovery and study of…
While UT’s proximity to an urban area is great for a student’s social life, it may be quite another thing for the streams and creeks of Knoxville.
Malibu Barbie has a working kitchen and pool house in her three-story mansion, but she probably doesn't have a 3-D printed SUV sitting her garage.
Ask a friend if marijuana is legal in Tennessee, and you'll probably get a laugh. Ask the same question about hemp, and you might be pleasantly surprised, at least until you realize what exactly hemp is.
UT's Engineering Department will be put to the test this September as a group of five students visit Beijing for the Global Grand Challenges Summit competition, where they will unveil their work on a project over half a year in the making.
Four college students from across the United States have chosen to spend their summer vacation studying a viral disease that is affecting a wide variety of animals.
According to the World Health Organization, tuberculosis — an infectious disease that attacks the brain, lungs, liver and spinal cord — is one of the top five causes of death for women ages 15-44 and is responsible for one fourth of all HIV-related deaths.