Tag: engineering our future economy

UofL Alum Samuel Romes receives top national award from Sigma Chi...

On October 10, UofL Chemical Engineering graduate Samuel Romes was selected as the Sigma Chi International Balfour Award (IBA) winner for the 2019-20 academic...

UofL secures $170 million in record-breaking year for research Funding from...

The University of Louisville secured nearly $170 million to support groundbreaking research in the 2019-2020 fiscal year — the university’s most successful year ever...

UofL’s contribution to Louisville’s ‘equitable economic recovery’ featured in Forbes

The City of Louisville was recently in the spotlight for a Forbes article about “equitable economic recovery.” What that means exactly is the ability...

UofL cell therapy startup acquired by publicly-traded biotech firm UofL to...

A University of Louisville-born startup using innovative personalized cell therapies to help patients with pancreatitis and other conditions has been acquired by publicly traded...

UofL College of Business, Kentucky Distillers’ Association partner to increase diversity...

The University of Louisville College of Business and the Kentucky Distillers' Association have established the Kentucky Distillers' Association/University of Louisville Scholars Program to increase diversity...

UofL, partners will help commercialize Kentucky university-born technologies New effort, backed...

The University of Louisville and partners will lead an effort to bring technologies born at Kentucky universities to market, thanks to $1.16 million in...

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 selects Grand Challenges as priority research areas Now, seeks additional...

How will we empower our communities? How will we advance human health beyond disease? And how will we engineer a future economy built on...

Speed School’s 3-D printers put to unexpected uses during coronavirus outbreak

When Lowe Elementary School Technology Coordinator Lyn Travis attended a two-day workshop about 3-D printing earlier this month through the University of Louisville’s Speed...

Depth of recession depends on containment of COVID-19, says UofL health...

Strategies to contain the spread of COVID-19 have put pressure on the United States economy as many businesses have closed their doors and millions...