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Thomas Schrodt, founding member of UK Department of Chemical Engineering, Passes Away

Schrodt’s research contributed to the field of fossil fuel energy encompassing coal gasification and desulphurization and was highly respected in the engineering community.  


Samson Cheung Elevated to IEEE Fellow

Cheung received the honor for “contributions to multimedia data processing with application to autism interventions.”


Eura Shin Selected for Honorable Mention for CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award

Shin has been working on research projects related to machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).


$24 Million Partnership to Advance Next Generation Manufacturing Technologies in Kentucky

Rodney Andrews, professor of chemical engineering, is PI on the project.


NSF Graduate Research Traineeship Program

A new National Science Foundation Graduate Research Traineeship (NRT) program is available at UK, aimed at fully integrating research and professional skill development within an inclusive, multidisciplinary and supportive academy. 


Guoqiang Yu Makes Pitch to Entrepreneurs at Founder Hunt

Yu's technology is a wearable, all-in-one fluorescence imaging device to assist with brain tumor surgery.


New Research Project on Virtual Power Plants for Electric Distribution Systems Sponsored by TVA

The research will utilize the capabilities developed at UK for the large-scale co-simulation of buildings and electric power distribution systems.


Mark Suckow and Colleagues Publish 3rd edition of "The Laboratory Rat"

The book will be of interest to veterinary and medical students, senior graduate students, postdocs and researchers who utilize animals in biomedical research.


Zhang and Zhao Publish Manuscript in Acta Biomaterialia

This modeling work presents a possible path toward bridging bioengineering approaches with clinical treatment strategies.


Mark Suckow and Colleagues Publish Article in Wound Repair and Regeneration

Dr. Suckow's research indicates for the first time a possible mechanism by which hyperbaric oxygen therapy accelerates diabetic wound healing.