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UofL Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation Will Metcalf will lead UofL New Ventures, a new office charged with supporting university research-backed startups. Metcalf is shown at UofL's FounderHunt, an innovative reverse startup pitch competition, in 2019.
UofL launches office to support research-backed startups
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A new office at the University of Louisville will help launch and grow startup companies built on university research and technologies. UofL...
Trees are planted in South Louisville for the UofL Green Heart Project, an ongoing assessment of the effects of neighborhood greenness on individual health
UofL researchers find more health benefits of living in a greener environment UofL Green Heart Project needs new participants from South Louisville neighborhoods for study on how greenness affects health
Evidence is growing that living in areas of high greenness, surrounded by trees, shrubs and other vegetation, has beneficial effects on human health. Researchers...
Louisville Coach Chris Mack To Serve Suspension
The University of Louisville announced today (Aug. 27) that Head Men’s Basketball Coach Chris Mack will be suspended without pay for six games during...
Aeson® total artificial heart. Image courtesy CARMAT.
University of Louisville cardiac surgery team second in U.S. to implant new artificial heart Device is a new-generation bridge to transplant for patients with disease on both sides of the heart
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A University of Louisville cardiac surgery team at UofL Health - Jewish Hospital is the second in the United States to...
Bioengineering student Jack Roeder uses 3-D printing equipment at University of Louisville’s Additive Manufacturing Institute of Science and Technology
UofL research partnership helps Kentucky manufacturers adopt 3-D printing
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville and the state’s manufacturing extension partnership (MEP), the Advantage Kentucky Alliance (AKA), are launching a new program...
UofL astrosurgery team members George Pantalos, bioengineering student Sienna Shacklette, Tommy Roussel and bioengineering student Clara Jones in front of the Virgin Galactic VSS Unity SpaceShipTwo at Spaceport America in New Mexico. Photo courtesy Virgin Galactic.
UofL astrosurgery device tested in space aboard Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo
EDITOR’S NOTE: See video of the tests performed during the flight. See photos of the researchers. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – An invention developed by UofL’s astrosurgery team...
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University of Louisville School of Dentistry to operate dental clinic on Home of the Innocents’ campus UofL to take over dental services in October 2021
In April, Home of the Innocents and Norton Children’s Medical Group announced a partnership to begin on Oct. 1, in which Norton will take...
Brandon McCormack
Pan African studies faculty member to lead UofL’s Anne Braden Institute
Michael “Brandon” McCormack, Ph.D., has been named director of the University of Louisville’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research (ABI). He is the...
J.B. Speed School of Engineering.
University of Louisville selected for DOE energy efficiency program
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville is one of 32 universities nationwide participating in a Department of Energy (DOE) program to help manufacturers...
Katina Kulow, assistant professor of marketing in the UofL College of Business, found that when consumers attributed human qualities to luck, they more often preferred higher-risk alternatives when making financial decisions. Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels
When consumers believe humanized “Lady Luck” shares the risk, UofL research shows it can lead to risky financial choices
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – When people believe that a humanized “Lady Luck” shares risk with them, they may be more likely to make risky financial...