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Science Forum

The weekly UT Science Forum provides the general public, students and other researchers an opportunity to learn about the latest cutting-edge research at UT, ORNL and other local institutions.

Grab your lunch and join us Fridays at noon in Thompson-Boling Arena Café for an opportunity to discuss the latest scientific research with distinguished professors and researchers. Presentations are 40 minutes and designed for the general public. A question-and-answer session follows each presentation.

Interested in speaking or know someone you would like to recommend? Please contact Mark Littmann, Program Chair, by email or call 865-974-8156.

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Upcoming Events

Climate Change Caused by Humanmade Black Carbon in the Arctic

Joshua Fu, the Tickle Professor and Gibson Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Inaugural Professor of UT/ORNL’s Bredesen Center, will...

10/15 12pm
A Skin-Eating Fungus Threatens Salamander Species

Doctoral Students Davis Carter and Wesley Sheley will present “A Skin-Eating Fungus Threatens Salamander Species” Friday, October 22 at noon via Zoom. A...

10/22 12pm
In the Dark: Tornado trouble in Tennessee

Kelsey Ellis, associate professor in the UT Department of Geography, will present “In the Dark: Tornado trouble in Tennessee” Friday, October 29 at noon via...

10/29 12pm
What Lies Below: A multi-biome perspective

Colleen Iverson, an ecosystem ecologist with the Climate Change Science Institute at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will present “What Lies Below: A...

11/12 12pm

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