The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, welcomed four teams of students from Southeastern Conference schools for the second annual SEC Machining […]
Celebrating its third anniversary, the success of the Volkswagen Innovation Hub at UT Research Park is due to UT’s flexible research partnership model and up-and-coming researchers like Martin Kardos.
In an interview with Hallerin Hilton Hill, Professor Tony Schmitz discusses UT-led programs like America’s Cutting Edge and the Southeastern Advanced Machine Tools Network.
UT had a record-setting year for research expenditures—topping $318 million for fiscal year 2022—leading to extraordinary research productivity and impact.
Aimed at revitalizing American manufacturing, America’s Cutting Edge (ACE) summer 2022 boot camps are underway. The ACE initiative, led and […]
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and MSC Industrial Supply Company have announced a public-private research partnership aimed at advancing machining across the […]
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the University of Kentucky, and the US Army have announced a new five-year, $50 million advanced manufacturing […]
Smart, digitized, and connected manufacturing within an enterprise and along supply chains has a large potential to improve energy efficiency […]
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Innovation Crossroads program will open applications this September for its 3rd Cohort of technology innovators. Innovation […]