Knoxville Videos

Alumni Memories: Phillip Tucker

College of Arts and Sciences Class of 2012 graduate Phillip Tucker, an English and psychology major, talks about today’s commencement ceremony and his plans for the future.

Students use greenhouse to learn science

Austin-East students in Paige Jones’ classes have been learning about gardening as part of their science lessons. With the help of a $250000 grant from the Tennessee Department of Health, the school was able to renovate it’s greenhouse and turn it’s courtyard into s learning classroom.

Value of an Ag Degree

Agriculture is one of the most diverse fields of study at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Caula Beyl, Dean of UT’s College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources explains the value of an ag degree

Science Club Science Expo at STEM Academy

Local students participated in the Science Club Science Expo at the STEM Academy of Knoxville Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012.

Research to combat white-nose syndrome in bats

Research conducted in Campbell County to combat White Nose Syndrome in bats on Dec. 16, 2011.

EUReCA 2011

The Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EUReCA) is an annual event that showcases research and creative activities by currently enrolled undergraduate students in collaboration with a University of Tennessee, Knoxville faculty mentor. Entries can be individual or group projects and are judged by a combination of UT Knoxville faculty members and community professionals.

Weed Research

In Tennessee, a climate that’s good for growing a variety of crops has its downside. Many types of harmful weeds also thrive AgResearchers with the University of Tennessee work to help farmers battle this yearly problem that can greatly affect their yields.

NIMBioS Combines Math and Biology with Music

When a singer-songwriter sits down to write lyrics and create an accompanying melody, math and biology usually don’t make their way into the musical equation. With the Songwriter-in-Residence program at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) at the UT Knoxville, science makes the cut every time. Learn more here:

Fire and Ice

Josh Emery, research assistant professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, has found evidence of water ice and organic material on the asteroid 24 Themis. This evidence supports the idea that asteroids could be responsible for bringing water and organic material to Earth.

UT-based Fiber Optic Network Expands Global Reach

The Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development, or GLORIAD, is a network of fiber-optic rings that circles the world to allow scientists, students and educators to collaborate in solving some of the planet’s biggest science problems. The network is expanding its reach internationally and in our own backyard.

Sweet Corn

As UT AgResearchers were growing experimental sweet corn crops, they applied herbicides to keep weeds away. But something unexpected happened. The scientists discovered the herbicide actually boosted the nutritional value of the corn.


It can be a tough task getting kids fired up about science. But its doable when you interject a little wonder and fun. Thats the idea behind the Science, Engineering and Technology program with Tennessee 4-H.

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