Materials Science Professor Among Most Highly Cited Researchers

David Mandrus, the Jerry and Kay Henry Endowed Professor in UT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been named in the Highly Cited Researchers list compiled by the Web of Science Group and released last week. This is the third consecutive year he has been named in the list. Mandrus leads the Emergent Crystalline Matter group, which is focused … Read More

Advancing Manufacturing

The University of Tennessee was founded in 1794, right in the heart of the industrial revolution. Now, as UT celebrates its 225th birthday, the world is again experiencing a massive change in the way goods are produced—and this time the university is on the cutting edge. Advanced manufacturing, additive manufacturing, and advanced materials are often—incorrectly—used interchangeably, although they do all … Read More

UT Medical Center, OrthoTennessee and University Orthopedic Surgeons Apply to Open Orthopedic Surgery Center at UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm

The University of Tennessee Medical Center and OrthoTennessee, including University Orthopedic Surgeons, are teaming up to open a freestanding orthopedic ambulatory surgery center in Knoxville at UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm. The organizations recently submitted an application to the Health Services Development Agency (HSDA) of the Tennessee Department of Health for a Certificate of Need to create the surgery … Read More

Legacy Parks Partnering with UT Research Park

Legacy Parks Foundation and the University of Tennessee Research Park at Cherokee Farm announced a unique partnership to develop a concept plan that will make the research park an even more attractive site for innovative businesses to locate as well as enhance the park for the entire public to enjoy. The concept plan will respond to the increasing demand for … Read More

McCallum Joins UT Research Park as Vice President

Rickey McCallum joined the UT Research Park as vice president on July 1. McCallum draws on his prior experience with the UT Foundation to help the park fulfill its mission to serve as a gateway for collaboration between the university and the private sector.

Tom Rogers outlines vision, ideas for the UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm

“We are in the business of making curated collisions occur,” Rogers explains. Those clearly lead to success on both aspects of his vision for the park – serving as a gateway for collaborations between the private sector and UT and making sure that “this incredible piece of property meets its full potential as a community asset.”