Three Students Honored for Work with Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Community Program
With the recent discovery of the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal) in Europe, numerous studies are attempting to understand its pathogenicity, and hopefully, ward off infections in other locations. However, there is no standard set of methodologies for studying the pathogen.
Forensic Botanists Want To Know
Three Teams of Students Compete and Win at National Level
UT Institute of Agriculture Presents Top Faculty and Staff Awards for 2020
Tick season is in full swing, and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) wants citizens to be aware of the potential harm to animals.
UTIA Animal Scientist Member of Newly Created Gene Editing Task Force
U.S. Census Invitation to Household Pulse Survey Distributed to Tennessee Families
“Everywhere You Look, UT” Campaign Expands to Douthat Family Farm in Mohawk, Tennessee
HABIT Director Bestowed UT’s Highest Staff Honor