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Kingsport-based Eastman Chemical Company honored the work of 193 inventors from company sites in the United States and Europe at the its recent “Inventors Banquet.”
Alex Miller and Lynn Youngs believe that “a great university is one that solves pressing, real world problems.” They are aggressively implementing this philosophy at the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the University of Tennessee’s (UT) College of Business Administration. Miller, who is Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives,
East Tennessee State University’s James H. Quillen College of Medicine has landed on the top 10 list of a national magazine that named Johnson City one of the best cities in the United States to attend medical school.
The Tennessee Solar Institute (TSI) was a major clean energy initiative launched by former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen, and the University of Tennessee has played a major role in helping launch and lead the effort. TSI released a study in December that highlighted the state’s growing solar value chain as
The designer of a single-strap knapsack that reduces stress on the back is the latest recipient of a $12,500 grant from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Boyd Venture Fund.
ORNL licensee Borla, based in Johnson City and one of the finalists in a Department of Energy competition, was featured in an article in the “Chicago Auto Show” section of the Chicago Tribune.
The Elizabethton Star has an article on a local company that is part of the “America’s Next Top Energy Innovator Challenge” through a licensing option with ORNL. It is one of five companies with Oak Ridge ties mentioned in a January 27 article.