The University of Louisville is teaming up with business leaders to launch the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Consortium, a first-of-its kind alliance for the city.
UofL’s future-minded work in the spotlight
UofL has been generating a lot of attention of late for its future-minded initiatives. In fact, two recent UofL efforts were recently featured in...
Lekha Devara and Briana Coleman, second-year medical students, wearing smart glasses.
UofL’s medical students expand smart glasses virtual shadowing program
When two medical students opted to take part in an emergency department virtual shadowing session with Dr. Jeff Baker, they didn’t imagine it would...
Production of washable, reusable N95-style masks based on technology developed at the University of Louisville
UofL-researched reusable, more effective N95-style face masks begin production Facility on UofL’s Belknap Campus produces 50 N95-style and 100 three-ply non-surgical masks per minute, with plans to ramp up
Production has begun on new University of Louisville-developed N95-style face masks that are low-cost, washable, reusable and could be better at filtering COVID-19 droplets...
The first COVID-19 vaccines shipped to Kentucky were administered at UofL Hospital Dec. 14, 2020.
UofL Health’s frontline workers the first in Kentucky to receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine
UofL Health welcomed Governor Andy Beshear 14 Dec. to mark a historic moment in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The first vaccines shipped...
John Trent, Ph.D.
UofL innovator known for drug discovery inducted into National Academy of Inventors Trent is the seventh from UofL to achieve the recognition
John Trent, a University of Louisville researcher and innovator known for harnessing the power of thousands of computers to discover drugs that could fight...
UofL researchers will develop and manufacture a nasal spray to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection. Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/robin24/
UofL receives funding from U.S. Dept. of Defense to develop and test nasal spray to prevent COVID-19
The University of Louisville has received funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a nasal spray to prevent serious viral respiratory infections...
Huang-Ge Zhang, Ph.D.
UofL researcher uses fruit for less toxic drug delivery Suite of technologies now has commercial partner to bring them to market
UofL researchers have found a less toxic way to deliver medicines by using the natural lipids in plants, particularly grapefruit and ginger. The resulting intellectual...
Jon Klein
UofL doctor is a participant in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trial
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its collaborator, BioNTech, announced today that early results in a Phase 3 clinical trial show their COVID-19 vaccine candidate is...
Civil Engineering Junior Sophie Lipomanis
Civil Engineering student part of National Women in Engineering “Dream Team” panel
Civil Engineering Junior Sophie Lipomanis is kind of a rock star in civil engineering. Named for a second year in a row as a...
The Adaptive Robotic Nursing Assistant, developed by UofL's robotics team.
UofL research teams chosen for prestigious national innovation program Program provides training and $50,000 in funding to translate the ideas from the lab into new, technology-backed startups
Two University of Louisville research teams have been chosen to participate in a prestigious, nationally competitive innovation program through the National Science Foundation.  The NSF’s...