College of Business undergrads Pablo Hernandez and Matthew Brown founded The Secure Mask company in light of COVID-19. The company is growing.
UofL business students start company to meet demand for comfortable, reusable face masks
The most successful entrepreneurs will always point to their capacity to recognize opportunity as a fundamental element of their success. Founded by College of...
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...
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...
UofL researcher Brad Shuck (left) and entrepreneur Charley Miller (right) in the CEHD atrium
UofL invention for tracking employee engagement is licensed to startup License is the first from the CEHD and first from Entrepreneurs-in-Residence program
A University of Louisville researcher has invented a new software that helps companies easily measure employee engagement — a key to increasing productivity and...
Person driving with one hand on steering wheel
UofL researchers discover relationship between Uber, binge drinking
Think about the different times you’ve been with friends and someone mentions needing to utilize a ride-sharing service like Uber. While such services are...
​Through this grant, UofL will create apprenticeships that give students field experience with disruptive, cutting-edge technologies that can change how work is done.
UofL awarded nearly $4M to close skills gap UofL was one of just 28 public-private partnerships funded, and is the only one in Kentucky
​The University of Louisville has received nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to build a program that will prepare students for...
Geoffrey Clark, Ph.D.
UofL technology that may inhibit pathway for cancer gets commercial partner Researchers say the technology could solve “one of the holy grails” of cancer treatment
NA University of Louisville-born invention that may help treat cancer now has a commercial partner. Qualigen Therapeutics Inc., a California biotechnology company focused on developing...
Dan Popa with one of his robots
UofL’s Popa is research co-leader on $24 million partnership to advance next-gen manufacturing tech Statewide effort to advance next generation manufacturing technologies
Kentucky’s two research universities, the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky, along with six other Kentucky institutions, have been awarded a five-year, $24...
Award winners from UofL's inaugural EPIC Innovation Awards.
UofL innovators honored at inaugural EPIC Innovation Awards
Across the University of Louisville, researchers and innovators are creating groundbreaking technologies that can improve the way we work and live. They were recognized...
Kara DeLost (’11) is the associate brand manager for beverage innovation.
UofL alum helps launch KFC’s first signature beverage
If you’ve been to KFC recently, you probably noticed a new addition to the menu: the chain's first-ever signature drink, MTN DEW Sweet Lightning.  The...