Two businesses owned by UT students were recently awarded a total of $25,000 in the fall 2017 Boyd Venture Challenge. […]
The University of Tennessee Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering Department Manufacturing-related research is a major national focus that seeks to […]
The University of Tennessee football team is full of smart and talented players. Three of those players are aspiring to be engineers and are students in the MABE department.
Starting quarterback Joshua Dobbs is a junior and pursuing a degree in aerospace engineering. Sophomore defensive back Todd Kelly, Jr. and senior tight end Alex Ellis are pursuing degrees in biomedical engineering.
Graham Taylor, a PhD student in the MABE department, recently had his paper, “Direct in situ measurement of specific capacitance, monolayer tension, and bilayer tension in a droplet interface bilayer,” accepted in Soft Matter, a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
This fall, David Morse will begin his graduate studies at the University of Cambridge, which will be funded by the Fulbright-Cambridge Partnership Award—one of the most competitive Fulbright Scholarships awarded. Only one to two students are selected for the award each year.
On May 18th, more than 450 people gathered in University of Tennessee Space Institute’s (UTSI) auditorium to hear UTSI grad […]
The role of UT’s College of Engineering as a leader in advanced materials research got yet another boost recently as […]
Students from Oak Ridge City Schools attended an after school event presented by ORNL/UT Joint Faculty Member Dr. William “Bill” […]
The Graduate Association of MABE Engineers (GAME) is sparking interest in science in elementary school students through a recently developed […]