Marianne Hutti, PhD, APRN, FAANP, UofL School of Nursing professor.
Free app helps providers treat patients grieving pregnancy loss, newborn death
A group of University of Louisville researchers and engineers has developed a free mobile app designed to help health care providers easily assess and...
Jason Lopes speaks at the Ky. Nanotechnology + Additive Manufacturing Conference at the University of Louisville.
3-D Printing, tiny tech and Iron Man at UofL conference
Nanotechnology and 3-D printing can be used for all kinds of things — to quickly and cheaply create prototypes, for example, or to make...
A team of Speed students are printing 3-D face shields for health care workers, to help with the shortage due to COVID-19.
UofL engineering students producing 3-D printed face shields for healthcare professionals
COVID-19 has caused a sea change in day-to-day life. Work, school, recreation, retail, medical care, everything has been altered. Many have expressed a sense of...
This arrangement facilitates the career development of junior faculty, and aims to advance the study of the interface between microbiome, inflammation and disease development.
UofL wins NSF grant to improve STEM equity
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million grant to the University of Louisville to improve faculty equity in science, technology, engineering and...
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...
Chase Michael Crutcher, right, developed new processes while interning at Ford during his undergraduate career at the Speed School.
UofL senior’s experience at Ford Motor Company keeps him optimistic about the future
Chase Michael Crutcher was born and raised in Louisville, so it’s not surprising that he’s been a Cards fan his entire life. Couple that...
Paul Vincelli, Ph.D.
Beer with a Scientist: Will GMO crops doom the planet or save it? Learn exactly what genetically modified plants are and why they are modified at the next Beer with a Scientist, April 13
You may have heard about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) along with predictions of dire consequences for the planet or claims the technology is necessary...
A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the Conn Center's solar-powered Phoenix House. From left is Andrew Marsh, asst. director of the Conn Center, Mark McGinley, Speed professor, Mahendra Sunkara, director of the Conn Center, and John Usher, acting dean of the Speed School.
Solar-powered house gets new life at Speed School
A funky-looking house designed by students for a national energy-efficiency competition is getting new life at the University of Louisville.The solar-powered Phoenix House was...
UofL to host ‘Mr. Eclipse’ ahead of anticipated 2017 phenomenon Bullitt lecture in astronomy to feature former NASA astrophysicist.
A former NASA astrophysicist known as “Mr. Eclipse” for his many books and predictions on the phenomenon will visit the University of Louisville Oct....
Photomicrographs showing transverse sections of control (Tak1fl/fl) and TAK1-inactivated (Tak1mKO) tibialis anterior muscle.
UofL research reveals molecule’s critical role in muscle health
Among researchers exploring the mechanisms of muscle growth and health, there have been certain conceptions about the role of the signaling protein, transforming growth...