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Self-assembling Carbon Nanotubes: A Story that Tells Itself

Researchers at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga (UTC), Rice University and Texas A&M University have discovered that the strong force field emitted by a Tesla coil can guide tiny tubes of carbon invisible to the naked eye to self-assemble into wire-like structures as long as your hand, or up to 15 centimeters long.

Don’t miss Senior BFA Thesis Exhibitions at the Cress Gallery

Each spring the Cress Gallery hosts the Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Thesis Exhibitions, the capstone event of the creative research of students enrolled in the professional curriculum of the Department of Art at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga.

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Freshman Alex Durham steals the show at regional KCACT Festival

UTC’s Theatre department was well represented at this year’s regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Charleston, South Carolina; but Freshman Alex Durham stole the show when she was named for two distinguished honors: first place in sound design for her work in Our Town and the prestigious Don Childs Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas Award.

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Monterica Neil: Your Passion Pays Off

She chose UTC because she wanted the experience of something new, but Monterica Neil stuck around because she found a culture of support and knowledge in her English program.

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School of Nursing hosts lecture on inequity in health

On April 16, from 9 A.M. – 12 P.M., in the UC Auditorium, the School of Nursing and the COMPASS Grant will host a free lecture examining examine the issue of health equity and how inequality contributes to differences in health.

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