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Grant funding will allow CAER’s team to complete the front end engineering design for the proposed large pilot plant.
Seth DeBolt leads the genome mapping team that includes the University of Tennessee, Pennsylvania State University and the U.S. Forest Service. They are collecting grafts and acorns from the "46 Tree" to begin the research.
The study, funded by the Military Suicide Research Consortium, will include surveys and interviews of personnel in the Kentucky Army National Guard.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs, this project will prepare 10 doctoral level scholars in special education, five at UK and five at UofL.
UK researcher April Young, and her team, have been gathering data on substance use in rural communities for a project known as CARE2HOPE.
The study presents new information showing how salamanders develop limbs in a strikingly different manner compared to frogs, chickens and mice.
The UK Digital Restoration Initiative in the College of Engineering has been working to perfect a technique to non-invasively recover the 2,000-year-old fragile papyri.
The project will create a new Kentucky Research Computing team (KyRC), led by Brian Nichols, James Griffioen and Doyle Friskney.
National leaders joined UK in launching a $87 million grant, the largest in its history, to reduce opioid deaths by 40% in 16 Kentucky counties over the next three years.