A group from CEE is working with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to develop new concrete mixtures that will be more eco-friendly and cost efficient.
Anna Herring studies multiphase reactions affecting underground storage of CO2. Could the same technology help hydrogen gas smooth the transition to renewable energy?
Professor Chris Cherry was recently quoted in Grist to discuss increases in ride injuries with the growth of in the sale of e-bikes.
To battle urban heat islands, 2023 DARPA Young Faculty Award winner Nick Zhou is developing PhantoM—a bioreceptive material that could turn skyscrapers into gardens.
Dayakar Penumadu and Timothy Truster’s teams are lending their expertise to the search for compositionally complex alloys—materials key to many next-generation technologies.
Frank Loeffler’s lab has acquired a state-of-the-art analytical instrument that will significantly accelerate campus research on dangerous and recalcitrant substances called PFAS.
UT–ORNL Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology Terry Hazen recalls the day his home was hit by a massive tornado, destroying much of his home and belongings.
Zhou awarded $1.5 million to develop an innovative technique called Monolnsu that will insulate and seal a home’s exterior to reduce energy consumption by buildings.
Jon Hathaway is leading a team from UT to help expand Knoxville’s tree canopy and reduce stormwater runoff to underserved communities in East Knoxville.
An interdisciplinary team, including colleagues from civil and biosystems engineering, studies the effects of human decomposition on the soil underneath.