Local partnership results in creation of new solar charging technology for robotic mowers. One University of Tennessee, Knoxville, staff member sought to solve a problem at work and ended up co-inventing a technology with a local solar company that may unlock new possibilities for the future of electrification. Matthew Layne, co-inventor of a patent-pending, solar-powered (read more)
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A startup formed around technology from the University of Tennessee College of Social Work’s Center for Behavioral Health Research is helping young adults who struggle with cannabis use disorder (CUD) and other types of substance use. At Behavioral Labs, participants struggling with CUD or use of other substances enroll in a program where they receive (read more)