Tag: engineering

Meet the 2019 Alumni Award winners

Whether it’s breaking the race barrier for future nursing students, helping thousands of students make the decision to attend UofL, or pioneering the first...

UofL camps keep campus bustling during summer months

The school year may be over, but campus is hopping thanks to the bevy of camps taking place, focused on everything from astronomy to...

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 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...

UofL’s annual Engineering Expo inspires young minds

More than 400 area K through 12th graders attended University of Louisville Speed School of Engineering’s annual Engineering Expo earlier this month. Students had...

UofL engineering student’s big dreams lead to big scholarship

The fall semester has been good for sophomore industrial engineering student Alyssa Smith. A few weeks before the semester started, she learned she was one...

UofL’s Conn Center ready to harvest 2018 hemp crop

The University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, in its third year of growing industrial hemp and kenaf on campus as part...

Two UofL startups win Vogt Awards

Two University of Louisville-born startups are among the 2018 Vogt Award winners, each of whom will receive training, mentoring and $25,000 in funding. The UofL companies...

Promise Zone: UofL camp inspires students from high-poverty areas

Their journey from southeastern Kentucky to UofL started with a promise -- a promise that they would get the chance to do and see...

UofL student scores big with paper on tiny robots

It might be about tiny robots, but Ruoshi Zhang’s paper is getting big attention.  The University of Louisville doctoral candidate just won best student paper at...