Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear announced Jan. 26 an agreement whereby the University of Louisville will operate Kentucky’s Center for Renewable Energy Research and Environmental Stewardship.
The University of Louisville’s new supercomputer—the most powerful computer in Kentucky—was powered up on Jan. 31 in Miller Information Technology Center. It allows university researchers to tackle increasingly complex research problems and positions them to get more funding for projects.
UofL surgeons at Jewish Hospital have implanted a HeartWare ventricular assist system in a 49-year-old man with heart failure, becoming the second group in the nation and the first in Kentucky to do so as part of a clinical trial.
What does the world’s first 100 percent effective cancer vaccine have to do with manatee rehabilitation? "You would be surprised," says University of Louisville vaccine researcher A. Bennett Jenson.