Tag: environment

UofL sugar substitute, bio-coal technology licensed to Louisville startup

A technology born from University of Louisville research uses spent distillers’ grains, corn and waste wood to create a low-calorie sugar substitute. And it gets...

UofL freshmen paddle through course on urban waterways

“I learned that Louisville has a lot of dirty water.” That’s what UofL freshman Cossondra Green observed from a canoe trip down the Ohio River...

UofL researchers earn $16.4 million to explore impact of environment on...

A team of researchers at the University of Louisville has garnered $16.4 million from the National Institutes of Health to explore several angles related...

Demand high for UofL’s new sustainability classes

The University of Louisville is the first of its kind when it comes to sustainability. This fall, UofL became the first school in Kentucky...

UofL gastroenterology researcher receives $4 million from NIH for innovative liver...

UofL gastroenterologist Matthew Cave, MD, believes that chemicals we breathe, consume or come in contact with in the environment may be contributing to liver...

UofL professor explores whether nature can thrive in the city Find...

From bees to birds to bats, species around the world are threatened at unprecedented rates. Many people feel powerless to help preserve local species...

UofL continues its green streak with new sustainability degree

For the first time, University of Louisville undergraduate students will have the option of majoring in sustainability. The board of trustees approved a new Bachelor...

School yard becomes latest urban laboratory in Louisville St. Margaret Mary...

A local school has joined a landmark health research project headed by the University of Louisville designed to use nature to tackle the health...