UT professor educates students about microbes and Earth’s surface at the UT Science Forum.
Joe Palca spoke on April 22 about his career along with the importance of science in the media.
Nobel Prize recipient, Martin Chalfie, spoke in the Alumni Memorial Building on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Dr. Michinari Hamaguchi discusses research in science and technology, emphasizes more interconnected communities
Dr.Michinari Hamaguchi, of Japan Science and Technology Agency spoke in the Toyota Auditorium on March 23 to discuss a multitude of topics regarding new advancements in technology as well as sciences.
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.
In the fourth feature of TNJN’s Club Week, assistant news editor Benjamin Webb profiles a group that focuses on space and engineering. The Student Space Technology Association at UT allows students with a passion for space and technology to create out of this world projects.
Colin D. Sumrall, assistant professor of Paleobiology in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, gave a lecture on Friday, Oct. 9, about the link between dinosaurs and modern-day birds.
UT graduate, Navy pilot and astronaut, Barry Wilmore spoke to students and faculty on Sept. 11 about his recent stint aboard the International Space Station.
With the promoting of environmental awareness, people are spending more and more time focusing on clean energy and electric vehicles.. The UT Science Forum offered a lecture about wireless charging vehicles given by Omer Onar on Nov. 7.