Louisville-area entrepreneurs can learn how to launch their product or business through an upcoming training program offered by Nucleus: Kentucky’s Innovation Center.
Work crews are renovating and cleaning Belknap Campus residence halls in preparation for the fall semester.
Some of the top scientists in the nation, including National Academy of Sciences and Institute of Medicine members, will make presentations at a University of Louisville-hosted symposium during the first week of August.
Law students from Perm State University in Perm, Russia, have spent much of July learning about the U.S. justice system by watching civil, criminal and family court proceedings and talking to judges and attorneys in Louisville.
U.S. President Barack Obama honored the 2013 NCAA National Champion University of Louisville Cardinals July 23 at the White House.
Kentucky’s two largest business schools are developing a plan to offer the state’s first joint Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for executives.
A new University of Louisville Libraries digital collection opens some of the rich history of Simmons College of Kentucky to online research.
Eczema is a medical condition of the skin.
Student scholarships, groundbreaking research and new facilities are just a few of the positive benefits that have come out of the University of Louisville’s record-breaking fundraising in 2012 ‒ 13.
UofL enrolls patients in Phase III clinical trial studying adult stem cells for angina symptom relief
The University of Louisville is enrolling qualifying patients in a new nationwide Phase III clinical trial to study whether a patient’s own stem cells could help lessen the debilitating effects of angina.
You know the speech well. On Aug. 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of more than 200,000 people at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and proclaimed “I have a dream” of a time of racial justice and equality.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees gave UofL President James Ramsey a glowing job evaluation and four percent raise at its annual retreat July 11-12. The board’s compensation committee recommended a six percent increase but Ramsey requested the smaller pay hike, saying it was in line with the average salary increase that will go to other UofL faculty and staff.
The University of Louisville has scored a best-possible five out of five stars on the national LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index, as announced by Campus Pride this week.
The University of Louisville and Kosair Charities have entered a new partnership, opening general pediatrics and pediatric dentistry practices at the Sam Swope Kosair Charities Centre to provide children with disabilities and chronic health conditions and children from the community expert care from UofL pediatricians and pediatric dentists.
Adults and children can spend a day in the country and benefit science by taking part in a national butterfly census, Saturday, July 20.
Do you know where your food comes from? With news of national food recalls and outbreaks of foodborne illness, that question is being asked more frequently.
Is it a good summertime health tip to remember or just a myth? University of Louisville Physicians address five well-known pieces of "advice."
The thought of college can be daunting to high school students but UofL partnerships with Jefferson County Schools are helping to make college a little less intimidating for kids from low-income families and those who may be the first in their families to attend college.
UofL has received two gifts from the Humana Foundation totaling $2.5 million.
Northbound traffic on Floyd Street will be a little more congested for a few months.