UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Rigoberto Advincula has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Senior Khanh Ha was selected for the Advanced Undergraduate Research Activity (AURA) program, which promotes research for undergraduate students at UT.
The Royal Society of Chemistry awarded UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Art Ragauskas its 2022 Environment Prize for his role in the development and refinement of plant-based fuels.
Tasimba Jonga earned the Torchbearer award, the university’s highest student honor, for his senior year at UT.
Ferguson Faculty Fellow Cong Trinh was awarded $1.1 million in funding from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Science for research aimed at producing the next generation of biofuels.
Joint Associate Professor Belinda Akpa is combining her love of mathematics and chemical engineering to improve medicines and medical treatments.
Research Assistant Professor Dibyendu Mukherjee has developed a new way of producing energetic nanomaterials and received a Defense University Research Instrumentation Program award.
UT–ORNL Governor’s Chair for Biorefining Art Ragauskas and team are investigating new methods for reclaiming and reusing plastic waste.
Associate Professor Joshua Sangoro and his team have made some of the first observations of a new, but previously theorized, form of matter that exists between liquid and solid.