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The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research is a U.S. Department of Energy Innovation Hub focused on advancing battery science and technology. Susan Odom, an associate professor of chemistry in the UK College of Arts and Sciences, is the principal investigator of the UK project.
Last week, UK graduate and undergraduate students competed in the final rounds of the inaugural 5-Minute Fast Track Research Competition and the 3-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT), academic competitions that cultivates students’ presentation and research communication skills, and challenges students to describe their research in a short period of time.
The Lexington Fire Department and students from the UK College of Social Work have partnered in a pilot program to tackle the issue of non-emergency calls bombarding the 911 emergency system.
Professor Rick Honaker recently launched a pilot-scale processing plant aimed at recovering REEs from coal and its byproducts in Webster County. “We’ll start off producing a concentrate mix, and we’ve been successful in the lab — in a continuous form — actually producing a 99 percent pure rare earth product. So, we’ll be doing that, but we’ll also be taking that one step further and actually producing rare earth concentrates.”
The Big Blue Pantry needs help to restock.
The 28th annual Lyman T. Johnson Awards honoring students and alumni were announced recently.
UK arts administration undergraduate and graduate students will have the opportunity to network with potential internship placements and employers at the first ever Arts and Culture Internship and Job Fair Nov. 7, in Holmes Hall.
Nunn Center Director Doug Boyd and graduate student Emma Kiser have teamed up to curate a digital exhibit highlighting the center's vast collection of oral histories surrounding Kentucky native and American poet laureate Robert Penn Warren using groundbreaking software and technology created at UK.
Simplifying complex research — it's a challenging task — but try doing that in three minutes or less. UK GradResearch Live! provides an exciting opportunity to rise to that challenge, while joining the campus and local community in a celebration of the groundbreaking research happening at UK.
UK Wind Symphony to present "American Landscapes" concert featuring varied and challenging works by American composers spanning the last hundred years of wind band repertoire beginning 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at Singletary Center.
Are Uber and Lyft making traffic in San Francisco worse? The short answer is yes — according to the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, who partnered with the UK College of Engineering on a new, eye-opening report.
Applications for student speaker will be accepted through Oct. 31.
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.
The Gatton College's One Year MBA Open House on Oct. 24 offers students the opportunity to hear from several distinguished UK MBA alumni who now are working for major corporations and institutions.
At the "Dine. Discover. Decide." networking event, current students can meet with alumni in a career field that interests the student.
UK Libraries will host a week of open houses at seven of its campus locations Oct. 7-12 just in time to help students gear up for midterms.
UK's chapter of the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi will host a reception for prospective new student members this Thursday afternoon on campus.
Join UK College of Design for the Kentucky premiere of the documentary, "Land Grab," about a finance mogul's journey to create the largest urban farm in his hometown of Detroit. The screening and talk with urban thinkers Marshall Brown and John R. Hantz will begin 5:30 p.m., Sept. 7, at the KMAC Museum in Louisville.
UK entomologists have identified what could be a major threat to the health of the monarch butterfly population.
Eight recent UK graduates have been selected to participate in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, which provides them with the opportunity to live and work in Japan.