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...
Drs. Thad Druffel (left), of Bert Thin Films and Mahendra Sunkara (right), of Advanced Energy Materials LLC, spoke at the pilot event of ShareIt, where UofL researchers share their experience with research commercialization.
UofL researcher-entrepreneurs share experiences in new program
A new program at the University of Louisville aims to give researchers a little guidance when trying to commercialize innovations developed here. The Forcht Center...
UofL alumnus turns her love of dogs into a thriving business
A University of Louisville alumnus who turned her entrepreneurial MBA class project – and her love for her dog – into a multi-million-dollar corporation...
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,...
College of Business gets starring role on TV show
The University of Louisville College of Business gets a starring role in the second season of “Dream Funders,” WBNA21’s local television series for would-be...
The consortium is led by co-principal investigators Cate Fosl, professor of women's and gender studies, and director of the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research in the College of Arts & Science, and Enid Trucios-Haynes, professor in the Brandeis School of Law and director of the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice.
Transdisciplinary Social Justice Research Consortium to kick off research projects
In October, UofL announced three new programs that will receive up to $2.25 million in funding throughout the next three years as part of...
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently stopped by UofL's FirstBuild.
Kentucky Governor Bevin goes holiday shopping at FirstBuild
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin stopped by the University of Louisville for a tour of FirstBuild’s makerspace and microfactory — and do a little holiday shopping.   “It...
Schnatter shares success story with UofL: ‘Nothing sells like the truth’
Several hundred students packed into the PNC Horn Auditorium at the College of Business for the sixth and final event of the inaugural year...
left to right is Ky. Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton, MoveMe team members Andy Ortegon and Eric Reskin, and Christine Wildes from Idea State U
UofL business team wins Idea State U competition The MoveMe team won $25,000 to continue to develop its app that matches workout partners
The University of Louisville has continued its winning streak at a statewide entrepreneurial competition for Kentucky college and university students. The MoveMe team from...
Professor Sundar Atre (front, in blazer), Endowed Chair of Manufacturing and Materials, and students participating in the new UofL 3-D Printing Business Incubator.
UofL student startups pitch 3-D printed prototypes
Students in the University of Louisville’s new 3-D Printing Business Incubator spent the past semester designing and prototyping new products. On Dec. 5,...