Grawemeyer is lit green to honor COVID-19 victims in 2020.
A look back at a very unusual – and unprecedented – year at UofL
If we could describe 2020 in one word for posterity, it’d no doubt be “memorable.” Hopefully it will also be anomalous. This year was largely defined...
Robotics researcher Dan Popa, Ph.D., with one of his robots
UofL secures $170 million in record-breaking year for research Funding from commercialization also marks best year yet
The University of Louisville secured nearly $170 million to support groundbreaking research in the 2019-2020 fiscal year — the university’s most successful year ever...
Kroger's new Zero Hunger, Zero Waste initiative includes UofL
Kroger pledges $1.5 million to UofL in an effort to end hunger, food waste
The Kroger Louisville Division is making a $1.5 million pledge to the University of Louisville as part of a broad-ranging effort to reduce hunger...
The University of Louisville is teaming up with business leaders to launch the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Consortium, a first-of-its kind alliance for the city.
UofL teams up with business leaders to launch artificial intelligence consortium
The University of Louisville is part of the new Artificial Intelligence Innovation Consortium, an alliance that also includes Amazon Web Services, GE Appliances, Amgen,...
Grawemeyer Hall 2017
How UofL is helping Louisville turn into an innovation hub
In early June, the city of Louisville announced a new partnership with Microsoft to explore the future of artificial intelligence. As part of this...
President Bendapudi tells a crowd that the Belknap Campus will host a two-day Maker Faire Festival in September.
FirstBuild, UofL will work together to bring Maker Faire to Louisville
Thousands of makers, inventors, students, engineers and artists are expected to converge on the Belknap Campus this fall as FirstBuild and UofL host a two-day Maker...
The unique cell therapy technology is a result of pioneering research conducted at UofL by the team of Suzanne Ildstad.
UofL-born company secures $100 million to advance cell therapy
A company born at the University of Louisville has raised $100 million from investors to develop a therapy, based on UofL research, that could...
The hub is backed by a federal grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
UofL, partners form new regional accelerator hub for biomedical technologies
The University of Louisville, along with partners from academia and industry across the Southeast, is creating a new accelerator hub aimed at getting new...
The annual Holiday Cards “Buy Local” Shopping Tour is Dec. 1, with stops at locally owned businesses in several Louisville neighborhoods.
Need holiday gift ideas? UofL has you covered
A friendly reminder that it’s almost December (already) and your shopping window for holiday gifts is getting smaller. If you’re at a complete loss,...
Andrew Marsh
UofL’s ‘energy crops’ harvested for research
Someday, a 3-D printed medical implant made from hemp oil may save your life, or a hemp-based biofuel may power your vehicle. Those are just...