Tag: UofL research

UofL researcher examines school resource officers’ approach to students of different...

A recently published study by a UofL professor discovered school resource officers assess threats differently based on the racial makeup of their school. In “Protecting...

UofL researchers are working to develop a more effective and reusable...

Scientists at the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research and the Advanced Manufacturing Institute of Science & Technology (AMIST) have partnered...

UofL professor helps identify 66 million-year-old ‘crazy beast’ fossil from Madagascar...

Several years ago, Guillermo Rougier, PhD, professor in the Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology at UofL, was approached by David Krause, PhD, curator...

UofL researchers describe possible mechanism for link between obesity and breast...

It is widely accepted that higher levels of body fat increase the risk of developing breast cancer, as well as other cancers. Based on...

UofL increases capacity for processing coronavirus test results

As coronavirus cases continue to spread throughout the commonwealth, the University of Louisville has ramped up its efforts to combat the deadly pandemic. UofL researchers...

UofL researchers take flight, study way to rehydrate blood in space

A journey into space is inherently risky, so UofL researchers have been tapped by NASA to see if they can rehydrate blood in case...

UofL researchers study dancing as treatment for veterans with PTSD

Researchers have turned to a number of treatments for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including virtual reality simulations and psychedelics. Something as...

UofL researchers study invasive species of grass

While you may not have heard of stiltgrass, the incredibly invasive plant is ubiquitous, and it's damaging local fields, forests and potentially your own...

UofL research on robots and autistic children expands

One University of Louisville study has found that robots can help autistic children with their emotions and behavior in the classroom. A new study...

UofL study suggests young children trust adults over cartoon characters

Your child might prefer to watch "Paw Patrol" rather than listen to your commands, but fret not -- a recent UofL study suggests that...