UofL virtual reality researcher selected for national innovation program

University of Louisville researchers studying how virtual reality technologies can help those with hearing disabilities were selected for a prestigious innovation program through the...

Courier Journal, Bingham family create and support photo collection at University...

The current and former ownership of one of America’s most respected newspapers has made it possible for a treasure trove of an estimated 3...

New housing role at UofL contributes to student success 

This fall, the University of Louisville is celebrating a housing milestone as close to 4,000 students moved into UofL’s residence halls, an all-time high.  In...
Research Louisville 2022

Research!Louisville highlights included renowned genomics expert John D. Carpten

The 27th annual Research!Louisville (R!L) symposium, sponsored by the University of Louisville and School of Medicine, the Office of the Executive Vice President for...
UofL music students with Broadway and television star Kelli O'Hara (third from the right)

UofL music students learn from Broadway and television star

What better way for students to refine their skillsets than learning from individuals within their field of study? That’s what UofL voice students recently...
A bird’s-eye view of the Louisville Medical & Education District known as “LOUMED.” Image credit: Gamble Associates.

Louisville Medical & Education District, known as “LOUMED,” announces development strategy

The Louisville Medical and Education District (LOUMED) this week announced its development strategy, taking its first step towards revitalizing and shaping the vital district...
The Thinker statue at UofL

Faculty Senate approves new certificate program

The University of Louisville Faculty Senate got right down to business at its first meeting of the 2022-23 academic year, which took place September...
Jessica Miller, a UofL graduate student researcher, works on methods and cultures that could extend the shelf life of tissue for cardiotoxicity testing of new drug candidates. (UofL Photo)

UofL research extending usable life of heart tissue could help speed medical innovation

University of Louisville research could help spur new medicines by extending the usable life of test heart tissue from one day to 12. The...

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