UT professor educates students about microbes and Earth’s surface at the UT Science Forum.
Used radioactive nuclear energy can be deadly or helpful, depending on how it’s handled.
ORNL researcher Melissa Allen came to speak about how climate change will impact electricity use at the final UT Science Forum.
UT professor Devon Burr discussed the similarities between Earth and Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.
Jim Richards, Executive Director of the Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum, came to speak to UT students and staff about new innovations that the KBGA are developing.
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.
For the past two years, a small laboratory rover has been digging, sifting, and inspecting the surface of Mars in an attempt to understand what it would have been like to walk on the planet 3.5 billion years ago.
Dr. Stacy Clark of the U.S. Forest Services, spoke at Friday’s installment of the UT…
An assistant professor at UT will address the state of deteriorating wildlife at the UT…
Y-12 Historian Ray Smith spoke at the second installment of the UT Science Forum about the history of Oak Ridge and the Y-12 Facility.