All Available Technologies

UTRF Research Tools, Materials, and Software

 

TennXCTennessee Crystal Center – TENN XC

The Tennessee Crystal Center provides a unique service to the scientific community by offering high quality crystals for license. Researchers in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in UT’s College of Engineering have developed combinations of crystals which are available for use by the scientific community for cutting edge research in many applications.

 

SNAPPSurrogate Nuclear Material and Production Program – SNAPP

A method developed for crafting synthetic nuclear melt glass for forensic analysis. Synthetic glass that can be used to simulate a variety of scenarios and will help develop and validate forensic analysis methods.

Read SNAPP article in Tennessee Today.

 

PEM_PEPLogoProcess and Equipment Monitoring (PEM) Toolbox & the Process and Equipment Prognostics (PEP) Toolbox

The Process and Equipment Monitoring (PEM) Toolbox is a MATLAB based set of tools that provides a generalized set of functions for use in process and equipment monitoring applications, specifically on-line monitoring systems (OLM).

The Process and Equipment Prognostics (PEP) Toolbox is a set of MATLAB‐based tools that facilitate fast prototyping of empirical‐based prognostic models developed at the University of Tennessee Nuclear Engineering Department.

 

CASPERCRISPR Associated Software for Pathway Engineering and Research (coming soon)

This MATLAB-based software enhances CRISPR genetic engineering, allowing any genome to be edited by predictable identification of both on- and off-target sites and analysis of repeated targets.  Novel applications include multi-site gRNA integration and gRNA design for genome editing across a consortium of organisms.

 

 


 

UTRF Apps

SEFM

Simulated Electronic Fetal Monitoring

Design, view and share fetal heart rate and contraction charts and learn the basics of  Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) in a fun and intuitive way with the simulated app.