Executives from some of the nation's largest companies visited UofL this week to learn more about the emerging manufacturing technology being developed on campus.
UofL hosts Fortune 500 executives for Innovative Partnership Program
Nearly 20 top executives from some of the world’s largest companies visited the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, Micro/Nano Technology Center, FirstBuild, and the Additive Manufacturing Competency...
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High school students spend summer in medical research internships
When Mary Osborne and some of her classmates toured the James Graham Brown Cancer Center (JGBCC) and research facilities at the University of Louisville,...
Grawemeyer is lit green to honor COVID-19 victims in 2020.
A look back at a very unusual – and unprecedented – year at UofL
If we could describe 2020 in one word for posterity, it’d no doubt be “memorable.” Hopefully it will also be anomalous. This year was largely defined...
UofL alumna becomes one of the youngest female distillers in the country
Elizabeth McCall ('07, '09) has risen through the ranks of Brown-Forman to become one of the youngest female distillers in the country. Nearly 10 years...
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How UofL is helping Louisville turn into an innovation hub
In early June, the city of Louisville announced a new partnership with Microsoft to explore the future of artificial intelligence. As part of this...
The unique cell therapy technology is a result of pioneering research conducted at UofL by the team of Suzanne Ildstad.
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...
UofL-born startup helps companies understand and improve cultural well-being
A new University of Louisville research-born startup is helping companies assess and improve organizational culture and drive innovation — even while navigating the myriad...
President Bendapudi tells a crowd that the Belknap Campus will host a two-day Maker Faire Festival in September.
FirstBuild, UofL will work together to bring Maker Faire to Louisville
Thousands of makers, inventors, students, engineers and artists are expected to converge on the Belknap Campus this fall as FirstBuild and UofL host a two-day Maker...
Two University of Louisville-born companies have won prestigious Vogt Innovation Awards. (Photo: Greater Louisville Inc.)
Teams featuring UofL students, faculty win Vogt Awards
Two startups founded by University of Louisville students and faculty are among the 2018 Vogt Award winners, each of whom will receive training, mentoring...
From left: Josh Nickols, Jeff Cummins and Charley Miller. UofL has hired these entrepreneurs to help guide research-backed innovations to market.
UofL hires entrepreneurs to guide inventions to market
The University of Louisville has hired “entrepreneurs-in-residence” (EIRs) to help guide research-backed inventions to market. The EIRs, under the UofL Office of the Executive Vice President...