UT Extension Licenses Impact Young Lives

“The measure of tech transfer should be lives impacted.” That principle, says UTRF Vice President Maha Krishnamurthy, is nowhere more clear than in UTRF’s work licensing original curricula for K-12 students. Curricula developed at the University of Tennessee is now being taught in 4-H programs across the country, thanks to UTRF’s partnership with Tennessee’s 4-H… Read More

T&T Scientific: From UT’s Lab, to the Kitchen Table and Around the World

Two University of Tennessee graduates are shaking up scientific research and manufacturing at a cellular level – literally. Graham Taylor and Nima Tamaddoni are the founders of T&T Scientific, a company that makes tools and devices to help scientists and researchers more effectively and efficiently develop and utilize nanoparticles, known as liposomes. A liposome is… Read More

The Weight of Water

UT students reimagine swim resistance training with newly licensed technology. A team of recent University of Tennessee graduates stand to revolutionize competitive swimming training with the invention of a swim resistance device, newly licensed with the assistance of UTRF. The technology was born out of Associate Professor Emeritus J.A.M. Boulet’s senior design course for fourth-year… Read More