• Video
  • Sep 21 2018

A research facility expressly devoted to addressing and eradicating the state’s most significant health disparities was opened Friday morning by the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, President Eli Capilouto and many of the Commonwealth’s leading policymakers.

  • Article
  • Sep 20 2018

The Sports Medicine Research Institute has been awarded a $4 million contract to study operational preparedness of military elite.

  • Article
  • Sep 20 2018

The $243,473 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences will allow KGS staff and student employees to organize and re-label thousands of core storage boxes, resulting in a collection that meets current archival standards.

  • Article
  • Sep 20 2018

Results from a survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults showed that while almost 80 percent of respondents were willing to volunteer for medical research, two-thirds didn't know how to get involved.

  • Article
  • Sep 19 2018

Julie Riesenweber, assistant professor in the UK Department of Historic Preservation, recently helped Lexington's Pope Villa achieve its place on the National Register of Historic Places as a nationally significant example of early national-era architecture.

  • Article
  • Sep 18 2018

Research on a plant which could be a big weapon in battling malaria is underway at UK.

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  • Sep 17 2018

This is the largest fundraising campaign in Kentucky's history. It will focus on funding more student scholarships and growing UK's endowment to continue support for providing a world-class education and essential research to address the state's most pressing challenges.

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  • Sep 12 2018

With funds from NIH, Barbara Nikolajczyk is tracking the trajectory of type 2 diabetes. She's following metabolically healthy people as they naturally progress to diabetes, looking for potential drug targets along the way.

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  • Sep 11 2018

UK, together with two other major universities, is part of a major National Science Foundation research grant aimed at using biomechanics to substantially bolster grain production.

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  • Sep 11 2018

Undoubtedly, being a foster/adoptive parent can be demanding. Research indicates that caregivers often struggle to find support, especially in rural communities. On top of that, the number of children entering foster care in the Commonwealth continues to increase.