• Report
  • Oct 16 2018

The 2018 Annual Report shows how the OTC has been "Fostering Growth in Innovation" over the past year.

  • Article
  • Oct 15 2018

Gatton College faculty member Sean A. Dennis and doctoral student Chris Pearson, along with Brian M. Goodson of Clemson University, have released cutting-edge research that investigates the recent data contamination issue on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk platform.

  • Article
  • Oct 12 2018

The three newest members of the UK Equine Research Hall of Fame will be inducted on Oct. 31.

  • Article
  • Oct 11 2018

XLerateHealth LLC, a Louisville-based health care technology accelerator that focuses on startups and commercialization, will join forces with a consortium of 24 academic institutions led by UK, in partnership with UofL and West Virginia University.

  • Article
  • Oct 11 2018

Now, Smith's expertise in systems engineering is being used in another, potentially life-saving capacity — the Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Mayors Challenge, which recognizes innovative ideas aimed at tackling urgent problems.

  • Article
  • Oct 10 2018

Appler's grant is among the first awards made under the National Endowment for the Humanities' new Infrastructure and Capacity-Building Challenge Grant program, which will support infrastructure projects at 29 U.S. cultural institutions in 20 states and the District of Columbia.

  • Article
  • Oct 10 2018

Indiana University Bloomington will utilize technology invented and patented at UK's Center for Applied Energy Research.

  • Article
  • Oct 8 2018

A study through the UK Markey Cancer Center shows promise for targeting breast cancer metastasis. Metastasis causes 90 percent of breast cancer-related deaths.

  • Article
  • Oct 5 2018

The Kentucky-West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (KY-WV LSAMP) consortium, spearheaded by the University of Kentucky, has received $3.5 million in renewed funding over the next five years by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  • Article
  • Oct 5 2018

UK physics Professor Brad Plaster’s research on the tiniest particles has potentially massive repercussions.