UT Research Park hosts a steadily growing number of partner companies leveraging their presence in the park to forge stronger collaborations with the University of Tennessee.
Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. provides innovative design solutions and integrated expertise in the primary practice areas of civil engineering, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, survey, waste management and water resources.
IACMI—The Composites Institute is a partnership of industry, academic, and governmental organizations joining forces to benefit the nation’s energy and economic security. They accomplish this by bringing low-cost, energy-efficient advanced composites to commercial readiness through the collaborative and innovative work of their members.
The headquarters of UT's Institute for Advanced Materials and Manufacturing is a 140,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art research facility housing ~160 UT faculty members from five colleges—Agriculture, Architecture & Design, Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and Veterinary Medicine—conducting world-class research in advanced materials and next-generation manufacturing. IAMM HQ houses the research programs of 65 IAMM faculty and several hundred research staff, postdocs and students, as well as promising new startups participating in the incubator and accelerator programs of the Spark Innovation Center.
At New Day Diagnostics, their mission is clear: to empower patients with affordable, accessible, and innovative diagnostic solutions that make a real difference in their lives. They are not just a diagnostics company–they are your dedicated ally in bringing groundbreaking diagnostic ideas to life, from concept to market.
They bring your diagnostic visions to life with Comprehensive Diagnostic Solutions, including:
- A high-complexity CLIA-certified laboratory
- CRO Services
- A Product Pipeline
OrthoTennessee is the region’s largest provider of orthopaedic care and services with over 400,000 patient visits annually at 16 East Tennessee locations. In addition to physician offices, physical therapy and other services, the facility at UT Research Park includes the University Orthopaedic Surgery Center, a freestanding ambulatory surgery center specializing in providing outpatient care.
RegScale, an enterprise-wide compliance and security software company, has decades of experience in national security and highly regulated industries and moved to the UT Research Park for the numerous collaboration and growth opportunities. RegScale specializes in automation to solve complex digital transformation challenges, lower operating costs and increase digital security and has already begun collaborations with the Haslam College of Business and Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Trimble is an industrial technology company, concentrated on helping the world work, better. Our technology enables jobs to get done more precisely and accurately so you can build, construct, grow and move the things we need to live our lives and build future communities.
United States Forest Service is a dedicated group of research scientists, leaders, and support staff—all focused on southern forests and the many products, services, and benefits they provide. Some of our research priorities include fire, water, products and markets, restoration, and forest health.
Their research projects touch all the diverse ecosystems across the South, and our work wouldn’t be possible without collaboration with and support from partners at other federal agencies, non-government organizations, state agencies, universities, and beyond.
The BSN Scholars Program is an innovative, academic-practice partnership created by the University of Tennessee Medical Center and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Nursing. This purposeful collaboration will create a steady pipeline to employ top nursing graduates with the goals of continuing to provide the highest quality care to East Tennessee while increasing enrollment in the college.
Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, the University of Tennessee Medical Center has a rich history in the East Tennessee community of providing patient-centered care and remaining at the forefront of research, technology and treatments. UT Medical Center attributes its well-respected standing within the community to the exceptional people that dedicate themselves to patient care excellence. The hospital serves as a referral center for Eastern Tennessee, Southeastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. It is the region’s academic medical center, Magnet® recognized hospital and Level I Trauma Center.
University Health Pharmacy, a specialty pharmacy owned by UT Medical Center, focuses on specialty care and care of patients with rare diseases. Through UH Pharmacy, UT Medical Center participates in phase II and phase III clinical trials, which enables a more straightforward process for FDA approval of developed medications.
University Health System, Inc (UHS), is a regional health system that comprises the UT Medical Center, UT Health Network, and various partnerships and joint ventures with physicians and healthcare companies. UHS is affiliated with the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine and numerous regional hospitals and physician organizations. UHS supports and collaborates with the UT Graduate School of Medicine and other academic endeavors as part of its commitment to excellence in education and research.
Volkswagen Group of America is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, with headquarters in Herndon, Virginia. Volkswagen’s operations in the United States include research and development, parts and vehicle processing, parts distribution centers, sales, marketing and service offices, financial service centers, and its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Volkswagen’s first innovation hub in North America is housed at the UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm. The collaboration involves research opportunities for doctoral students, and initial work will focus on developing lighter vehicle components made from composite materials and the electrification of vehicles.
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Addiguru provides in-situ monitoring technology for the Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes. Independent of machine and materials, Addiguru's intelligent technology can be easily incorporated in existing and newly developed AM equipment.Part anomalies formed during the build process are difficult and costly for post build detection and repair. Our monitoring technology detects anomalies during the build process and provides notifications to the users within seconds of layer formation.
Founder & CEO: Shuchi “SK” Khurana
Becq is the first and only radiation shielding company leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to design materials for the nuclear industry. Whether you need a 30 percent reduction in dose for a radioactive waste container, or significant savings in weight and volume, Becq’s artificial intelligence is here to help meet your goals.
Founder & CEO: Danielle Castley
FC Renew's fuel cell renewal process is the first of its kind. We can renew the electrocatalyst of a fuel cell at the surface of the electrode without removing or replacing the fuel cell stack. Renewing fuel cells extends their operational lifetime six-fold. For example, the fuel cells in Class 8 commercial trucks are manufacturer rated for 150,000 miles. With our renewal process, the same fuel cell will be in service for 1.2 million miles.
Founder & CEO: Philip Stuckey
At Holocene, Anca and her team employ organic chemistry to develop an efficient, regenerative CO2 removal system. Holocene’s solution employs two novel organic compounds, one to enhance water’s absorption capacity for carbon dioxide and the other to remove the carbon dioxide from the water-based solution through precipitation. The process concentrates and removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere with higher efficiencies than current carbon removal technologies, recycles both compounds, and uses traditional chemical engineering processes and widely available equipment.
Orion Therapeutics is a biotechnology company that ensures the clinical success of early-stage RNA therapy and vaccine development programs. They provide a multifunctional lipid nanoparticle (LNP) formulation and process that is safe and effective for nucleic acid drug applications. Their patented delivery system incorporates lipids and lipopeptides to help package RNA drug payloads and facilitate cellular entry in diseased tissues. Their nanoscale delivery system can be modified with disease-specific ligands or antibodies to combine targeted biodistribution and enhanced cellular entry at disease site.
Founder & CEO: Richard ‘Trey’ Fisher
Qubit Engineering Inc. is a quantum computing company that has developed new optimizationtechniques to improve the efficiency of wind energy. Marouane Salhi and two co-founders at UT are working with several very large wind energy companies on beta tests, and have recently applied for an SBIR award and to be a part of cohort 5 of ORNL’s Innovation Crossroads program.
Founder: Marouane Salhi
RAEV is the transportation solution for individuals who want the convenience of door-to-door transportation without the cost. RAEV is economical because it eliminates the three most expensive aspects of the trip; driver labor, oversized vehicles, and gasoline. RAEV is also an emissions free transportation method that could reduce urban emissions by 85 percent.
CEO & Co-Founder: David Castley
SAFIRE, our patented Li-ion electrolyte additive stops explosion/fire through an instantaneous liquid-to-solid transformation upon mechanical impact, and imparts ballistic protection -- all inherent in the electrolyte chemistry. Their additive is drop-in to manufacturing and currently on wait-list for prototype development in specific use cases.
Co-Founder: Mike Grubbs