Tag: innovation

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 grad students’ design earns top 10 for ‘Hotel Room of...

What will hotel rooms look like in the future? Maybe self-drying showers? Heated floors? Nugget ice? Those were a few of the suggestions University of...

Speed School course challenges students to build startup companies

They’re entrepreneurs. They’re innovators. They huddle with their teams, talking prototypes, branding and turning their products into the next big thing. But this isn’t Silicon...

UofL wins grant to help women, minority scientists become entrepreneurs

The University of Louisville, Indiana University and Missouri University of Science and Technology will be helping women and minority faculty, staff and student innovators...

Center for Urban Renewal and Education founder opens Schnatter Center series...

National black business leader Star Parker urged University of Louisville students to support free markets, free enterprise and entrepreneurship as a way to fight...

UofL ranked among top 100 universities in the world for U.S....

The University of Louisville is among the top 100 universities in the world that were granted U.S. utility patents for 2015.UofL ranked in a...

AOL co-founder champions startups at UofL

The University of Louisville’s Institute for Product Realization hosted an Innovation Showcase June 16, featuring a keynote speech from AOL co-founder Steve Case.The showcase...

UofL working to create ‘next generation’ of women and minority researchers/mentors

Of the researchers who receive small business innovation grants from the federal government, just 10 percent are minorities and 6 percent are women.According to...

New private/public group established to help UofL entrepreneurs

If the city of Louisville is to become a bastion of research, entrepreneurship and start-up companies, it will take the University of Louisville working...