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....
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...
Kidney transplant patient Robert Waddell, center, with his wife and children after being off immunosuppresants for ten years. Left to right: Christian, Bailey, Rob, Karen (wife), Robby and Casey. Photo courtesy Rob Waddell.
UofL-born cell therapy for organ transplants enters Phase 3 trial First patient successfully treated with the therapy has been off immunosuppressants for 10 years
A cell therapy born at the University of Louisville that could improve the lives of kidney transplant recipients has entered its Phase 3 clinical...
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OUCH! Why does stuff hurt? Find out at Beer with a Scientist August 17 event to explore why the 'funny bone' hurts so often and other painful topics
Did you ever wonder why your head hurts when you eat cold ice cream? At this month’s Beer with a Scientist, Kristofer Rau, PhD, researcher...
Speed Up, UofL’s summer product launch competition, returns for its third year from May to July.
UofL’s summer product launch competition returns for its third year
Some students slow down during the summer — no classes, no assignments, no responsibility. But at the University of Louisville, students Speed Up.  Speed Up,...
Robert Friedland, M.D.
UofL professor awarded fellowship grant to research neurodegenerative disorders in Japan
Robert P. Friedland, MD, professor of neurology, will teach and conduct research in Japan during a one-year sabbatical beginning May 1. Friedland will conduct...
Speed School debuts maker space at Nativity Academy
The University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering has entered a partnership with Nativity Academy at St. Boniface for a new maker space....
Chalkboard and lightbulb.
UofL hosts event on protecting intellectual property in China
Having a great idea is one thing. Protecting it, especially on a global scale, is another. That was the subject of the U.S. Patent and Trademark...
UofL's Drs. Naber (left) and Walsh (right), who worked on the spinal fusion technology.
UofL spinal fusion device wins first-of-its-kind FDA approval
A University of Louisville technology for measuring strain on the spine has received a first-of-its-kind approval from the FDA. The technology is the first FDA...
Alarm Clock
Beer with a Scientist: UofL psychologist explains how disrupting your biological rhythm can lead to cancer
When did you last travel overseas? Do you remember how long it took for your sleep cycle to return to normal? That feeling of jet...