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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

Skin Devouring Fungus: The Next Threat to Salamanders and to Biodiversity

Matt Gray, professor and associate director of the Center for Wildlife Health at the UT Institute of Agriculture, will present "Skin Devouring Fungus: The...

3/29 12pm
Applied Photosynthesis: Putting Nature to Work

Barry Bruce, professor in the UT Department of Biochemistry and Cellular & Molecular Biology, will present "Applied Photosynthesis: Putting Nature to Work,"...

4/5 12pm
Imagining the Future

Rob Dunn, professor of Applied Ecology at North Carolina State University, will present "Imagining the Future," Friday, April 12. The future requires...

4/12 12pm
Life One Mile Below the Surface of the Earth

Karen Lloyd, professor of microbiology, will present "Life One Mile Below the Surface of Earth" Friday, April 26. Microorganisms living underneath the...

4/26 12pm

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