University of Tennessee professor and researcher Jennifer Schweitzer explains how the 2016 wildfires are now helping researchers.
Dr. J.E. Moersh spoke on Friday, Feb. 24 about Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and how it’s becoming a more common way to study Earth-like landscapes.
Colin D. Sumrall discussed the means of transportations for some extinct organisms in the second science forum of the semester.
Used radioactive nuclear energy can be deadly or helpful, depending on how it’s handled.
High school students were exposed to careers in technology at General Motors’s “Go Tech” camps.
UT professor Devon Burr discussed the similarities between Earth and Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.
UT professor John Skinner gave a crash course on pollinator decline at the Quest Science Forum on Friday, Feb. 26.
UT professor and neuroscientist Ralph Lydic discussed the effects of a lack of sleep at the Quest Science Forum.
Dr. Neil Shubin discussed the connection between humans and fish during the lecture “Your Inner Fish,” part of McClung Museum’s annual Darwin Day celebration on Thursday.
Melissa R. Allen spoke about climate change for the UT Science Forum.