Tag: research

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 researchers developing cancer vaccine

Vaccinations protect us from all kinds of terrible diseases — polio, small pox, influenza. But what if a vaccine could protect you from cancer? Researchers...

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...

UofL-born company secures $100 million to advance cell therapy

A company born at the University of Louisville has raised $100 million from investors to develop a therapy, based on UofL research, that could...

Walking away from impossible: UofL Magazine features first paralyzed patients to...

After significant therapy at UofL, Jeff Marquis and Kelly Thomas took their first steps after suffering traumatic spinal cord injuries, making history and bringing...

UofL researchers examine mental, medical effects of older inmates

Researchers at the Kent School of Social Work are conducting interviews with older male inmates in Kentucky prisons as part of a study aimed...

UofL, Cardinal Health ‘launch’ new industry partnership

The University of Louisville has partnered with health services and products company, Cardinal Health, to open a new center on the Belknap Campus.  The customer...

UofL students digging up the dirt on bacteria in soil

UofL students are conducting research on bacteria in soil to determine what bacteria can be used as a self-renewing fertilizer. Biology professor Paul Himes...

UofL cancer-targeting technology licensed to California medical company

California-based medical device company, Qualigen Inc., has licensed a drug technology developed at the University of Louisville that uses tiny, DNA-coated gold nanoparticles to...