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Joshua Fu publication examines methods to increase data quality when using machine modeling to measure and predict air pollution.

An interdisciplinary team, including colleagues from civil and biosystems engineering, studies the effects of human decomposition on the soil underneath.

The new SubSurface Observatory at Y-12 gives Terry Hazen and his DoE ENIGMA team an unprecedented look at how subsurface microbes respond to contamination.

UT’s Candace Brakewood led a team that won the Transportation Research Board’s William Millar Award, the second year in a row a team from her group has done so.

Former UT Center for Transportation Research Director David Clarke has spoken about the Ohio train derailment with several media outlets.

Professor Alshibli and his coauthor will be presented with the 2023 Hogentogler Award, the most prestigious technical award given by ASTM Committee D18.

Five UT undergraduates were recently inducted into Chi Epsilon, the national honor society for civil engineering.

Kevin Heaslip was a featured expert in a recent WalletHub article about the average driver experience in each US state, discussing car costs, road safety, and recent disruptions in the automotive industry.

In an interview with UT’s Science Minute podcast, Dayakar Penumadu retraced his journey to UT and discussed three of his current material engineering projects.