Tag: robotics

UofL research teams chosen for prestigious national innovation program Program provides...

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...

UofL developing robot to disinfect areas with coronavirus risk

Many doctors, nurses, EMTs and other health care workers have risked infection while fighting the coronavirus pandemic. But researchers at the University of Louisville...

UofL’s Popa is research co-leader on $24 million partnership to advance...

Kentucky’s two research universities, the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky, along with six other Kentucky institutions, have been awarded a five-year, $24...

UofL researchers using robots to help students with autism

University of Louisville researchers are using robots and virtual reality to help kids with autism practice the learning and social skills they need to...

UofL student scores big with paper on tiny robots

It might be about tiny robots, but Ruoshi Zhang’s paper is getting big attention.  The University of Louisville doctoral candidate just won best student paper at...

Country First, Cards Forever Fall 2016 UofL Magazine shows how the...

UofL is leading the way in providing access to education to our entire community, from teaching soldiers at Fort Knox leadership skills to bringing...

New robotic device to boost balance in spinal cord injury patients...

Spinal cord injury researchers at the University of Louisville pioneered activity-based interventions that have helped individuals with spinal cord injury improve mobility. The addition of...

Speed School debuts Central High School maker space The goal is...

The J.B. Speed School of Engineering opened its third maker space at a local school this week — this time at Central High School. The...

UofL engineering students help child with ‘robohand’

Gina Bertocci, professor of bioengineering in the University of Louisville's JB Speed School of Engineering, had the opportunity to help a 6-year-old boy with...