Dr. Gerold Willing, UofL chemical engineering.
Startup licenses UofL technology for rubber recycling
A Pennsylvania-based startup, Arduro Sustainable Rubber, has licensed a technology invented at the University of Louisville for recycling vulcanized rubber, used in products like...
UofL scientists involved in the research, from left to right: Ron Gregg, Ph.D.; Nazarul Hasan, Ph.D.; Gobinda Pangeni, Ph.D.; Maureen McCall, Ph.D.
UofL research shows gene therapy may restore visual function for people with night blindness
By isolating where a key protein required for low light vision is expressed, scientists have shown that gene therapy may restore visual function for...
UofL engineering seniors show off their inventions, many of which will become products used or sold by companies.
Engineering students show off product designs like smart toilets
JB Speed School of Engineering students are developing products that will, ideally, one day be used and sold by companies. Current seniors spend the...
Ted Smith, Ph.D.
Beer with a Scientist: How plans for a trip to Mars bring home our dependence on Earth’s environment
At a recent workshop at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to discuss health risks associated with a potential manned mission to Mars, it became...
Photo of computers courtesy of Pixabay.
UofL teams up with Humana Foundation, Interapt to launch community tech training program
The Humana Foundation, Interapt and the University of Louisville are partnering to bring a paid, immersive training program that teaches high-demand IT skills to...
Nobel laureate Dr. Fire (back row, second from left) talked genetics at UofL as part of the Bloch Lecture Series.
Nobel laureate talks genetics, cellular immunity at UofL
Nobel laureate and geneticist, Dr. Andrew Fire, recently presented his current work to a packed room of researchers at the University of Louisville.  Fire, a...
UofL researcher examines the DNA of bourbon
How is bourbon like a human? A team of researchers at UofL may have that answer.  These researchers are studying the molecular make-up of whiskey, including...
At the first J.B. Speed School of Engineering Engineering and Design Innovation showcase, nearly 90 teams totaling more than 350 students showed off their posters and prototypes.
UofL’s engineering students provide a glimpse of the future during inaugural showcase event
At the University of Louisville J.B. Speed School of Engineering this academic year, students were quietly working on projects to make the future a...
The University of Louisville and IBM today announced the establishment of an IBM Skills Academy that will provide future-focused curriculum.
Closing the tech gap: UofL, IBM partnership aims to prepare next-generation workforce
The University of Louisville and IBM announced a partnership that includes the establishment of an IBM Skills Academy focused on digital learning and technology...
Speed professor featured in NBC’s ‘Discovering You’ series
Electrical and biomedical engineer Angelique Johnson, an adjunct professor in the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, is the subject of a recent NBC News...