Research Support
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  • Oct 22 2020

"We need stronger and more united NMR capabilities at UK and securing funding for this new state-of-the-art NMR instrument is a first step toward achieving this important goal," Garneau-Tsodikova said.

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  • Oct 22 2020

A team of Health Sciences investigators are collaborating with military researchers at the Naval Health Research Center and faculty at the University of Virginia to find rehabilitative solutions for populations most at risk for chronic and future ankle injuries.

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  • Oct 20 2020

Previous research showed that many catastrophic injuries occur in limbs with underlying and preexisting damage, leading to the theory that these injuries occur when damage accumulation exceeds the healing capacity of the affected bones over time.

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  • Oct 19 2020

As Assistant Dean for Research, Stapleton will serve as a senior research administrator for the College. Reporting to Associate Dean for Research Dr. Teresa Waters, he will share responsibility for developing and facilitating the college’s programs of research.

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  • Oct 15 2020

Associate professor Marcelo Guzman, along with graduate student Sohel Rana, say that molecules released from forest fires can become more water soluble, and likely toxic, over the two weeks that smoke is transported through the atmosphere.

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  • Oct 14 2020

“We were pleased at the quality of the proposals we received but two proposals stood out that had strong methodology, existing expertise and potential to grow into larger research projects that were ultimately selected for funding,” said Diane Follingstad, director of CRVAW.

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  • Oct 12 2020

UK's Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC), on behalf of UK Research Foundation (UKRF), was awarded a three-year $600,000 grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) Build to Scale Program, one of 52 projects funded from 36 states.

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  • Oct 9 2020

The Prichard Committee Student Voice Team, in consultation with UK faculty members, set out to gauge how disruptions caused by the pandemic were impacting students’ academic motivation and learning, as well as their physical, social and emotional health.

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  • Oct 1 2020

“This is a great opportunity to carry our efforts beyond Kentucky and the United States,” said Seth DeBolt, director of the James B. Beam Institute for Kentucky Spirits. “To partner with such an established institute will elevate the efforts we’ve already begun at the Beam Institute.”

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  • Sep 28 2020

Shapiro’s master’s degree thesis was on baseball batting mechanics. Later, during his doctoral dissertation at the University of Illinois, he developed methodology to perform 3D analysis of movement which he applied to baseball batting.