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The University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are working together to deliver an unprecedented pool of research and development resources for organizations that rely on innovation.
Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus is the only R&D campus in the Southeast where the capabilities of a major research university and a major national laboratory converge to offer tenants unprecedented access to the most powerful tools in high-performance computing and materials science.
A primary concern of biofuels is the question about how best to handle lignin, so finding a use for it could have major implications.
The team’s new understanding of the origin of atomic dynamics in this material may aid research in energy sustainability and enable the design of materials that efficiently convert heat into electricity.
Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus is a joint project of The University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The research and development business campus offers unprecedented access to the most powerful tools available in materials science and high-performance computing, coupled with access to internationally renowned researchers in a variety of specializations. Parcels available for immediate development, and plans underway for research suite leasing.