An interdisciplinary team, including colleagues from civil and biosystems engineering, studies the effects of human decomposition on the soil underneath.
PhD student Ye Li’s work with wastewater during the Covid-19 pandemic helped keep UT safe—and just revealed new opportunities for studying the virus’s spread.
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.
Caleb Napper, a senior in civil engineering, recently presented his poster along with 10 other UT students at the Posters at the Capitol event.
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.
Street Smarts: UT Engineers Celebrate Six Years at the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety
Asad Khattak and three other UT engineers celebrate six years of impactful transportation safety research at the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety.
While e-scooters have been around long enough to become a common sight in cities around the world, some questions remain […]
UT Professor Qiang He leads efforts to mitigate contamination and exposure to hazardous microbes for patients who use nebulizers to receive medical treatment.
UT faculty members Baoshan Huang, Qiang He, and Nick Zhou see an opportunity to reduce plastic waste and tire rubber by incorporating the material into asphalt.
by Élan Lloyd. Photography by Shawn Poynter. Part of the task of improving the water quality of urban streams in […]