Dynamic Delivery Methods
Technology is changing how companies bring their products to market, and the ripple effects will be felt in the real estate community. (continue)
Attendance up 6% at state’s community colleges
Enrollment is up at many of the state’s 13 community colleges, and almost all of them have seen sharp gains in the number of students enrolled with a full course load, a requirement of the full-tuition scholarship program. (continue)
Tennessee auto exports growing
Motor vehicle exports from Tennessee have more than doubled since 2000 with the automotive industry emerging as perhaps the state's largest export sector. (continue)
ORNL faces the future with 3-D tool
Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers are pushing the boundaries of facial analysis, using 3-D face scans to provide a broadly accurate tool for determining such things as a person’s age, race and gender. (continue)
It's all a matter of logistics
At one time, there were companies that just hauled things and companies that mainly just stored things in warehouses. But more and more, companies called third-party logistics (3PL) providers are combining those services and others to give other companies an efficiency advantage.
ORNL’s new 3D printer may be world’s biggest
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has a new supersized 3D printer — perhaps the largest in the world — and plans to shift its research on additive manufacturing over the next few years to emphasize working with metals such as steel and aluminum.
Program helps adults reconnect with education
Most of the good news about education in Tennessee understandably has centered on Tennessee Promise, the plan to provide last-dollar scholarships beginning in the fall for students attending one of the state’s community colleges. (continue)