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Louisville, KY

HOT COFFEE: GE’s Innovation Studio, UoL’s phase 3 clinical trial, licensing deals

February 23, 2021

GE announces Innovation Studio GE Appliances has announced its Innovation Studio by GE Profile, which will be a testing and development facility, staffed by engineers […]

Data science and inclusivity

February 23, 2021

The Harvard Business Review called the data scientist the “Sexiest Job of the 21th Century.” Touted for its high job availability and potential for high […]

Poplar Ventures: Investing in middle America

February 16, 2021

When CBInsights published its list of the most active venture capital firms in each U.S. state, Poplar Ventures came out on top for Kentucky. Louisville Future […]

HOT COFFEE: Switcher raises $2.4M, Endeavor announces cohort, stem cell expert comes to Louisville

February 16, 2021

Endeavor announces cohort Endeavor has announced the four companies that will participate in the first cohort of the 2021 Scale Up program across Kentucky, Indiana, […]

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HOT COFFEE: Funding news, Bellarmine and UofL work hard on tech growth

February 9, 2021

KSF approved as Investment Fund eligible Angel investment fund Kentucky Select Fund has received commitments from a prominent group of angel investors from Louisville and […]

The Louisville Orchestra innovates around COVID

February 9, 2021

Orchestras across the country were hit hard by COVID restrictions. Many of them stayed silent, hoping that the pandemic would be short-lived. But Teddy Abrams, […]

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HOT COFFEE: Render Capital’s year, air pollution and blood vessel health

February 2, 2021

Aperity acquired Financial Information Technologies, LLC has acquired Aperity, a data management and analytic provider for the beverage alcohol industry. Aperity‘s Beverage Data Exchange facilitates […]

Helping the visually impaired navigate the world with tech

February 2, 2021

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH), located on Frankfort Ave., recorded the first audio book in the world in its basement. Now it is helping create technology that helps the visually navigate indoors and outdoors safely.

Device can identify cognitive deficits

January 26, 2021

Cognision is a Louisville-based biotech company led by David Richardson (formerly of RentalHouses.com and The Learning House). The company has created an FDA-cleared. web-enabled portable headset system–COGNISION®–that is used to identify and evaluate cognitive signals in the brain.

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Hot Coffee: Creating a healthy sugar, Apple invests in HBCUs

January 26, 2021

New uses for soybeans Researchers at the University of Louisville Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research and Department of Mechanical Engineering are working to transform […]