Off the coast of North Carolina, archaeologists are excavating Blackbeard's sunken flagship in the waters near Bogue Banks and Fort Macon. James Hower, Ph.D., a research professor at the UK Center for Applied Energy Research, is part of the research team.
The Center for Applied Energy Research at the University of Kentucky is acting now to ensure the Commonwealth will be a national and international leader in the development of a booming critical minerals industry.
Dozens of schools across the Commonwealth want to join a STEM-based program run by the University of Kentucky’s Center for Applied Energy Research. The GEN-EV program teaches students engineering and team-based skills while they work on an exciting project: designing, building and racing an electric car.
A U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center grant has provided the Center for Applied Energy Research with funding to expand its renowned cementitious materials research and development facility.
Kentucky Geological Survey geologist Marty Parris is leading a two-year project to measure methane emissions from orphaned oil and gas wells in Kentucky. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that contributes significantly to global warming.