“For us, Louisville and the surrounding areas are the center of massive creativity and massive weirdness." — Jim James, My Morning Jacket
- Toyota invests $1.7M in education
- GE & Industry 4.0
- Funding for Virtual Peaker
- UofL alum lead on Ingenuity Mars Helicopter
- Papa John's migrates its data center
- Clean Air
- Ian McClure to lead UK Research & Innovation
- Calling All Early-Stage Startups!
- What innovation is important to you
May 3, 2021
Toyota invests in education
Toyota is investing $1.7 million to provide full-tuition scholarships to female and minority students, along with needed resources to earn an engineering degree from either the University of Kentucky or University of Louisville.
Funding round for Virtual Peaker
UofL's connection to NASA
Loay Elbasyouni, a UofL alum, was the electrical lead for design for NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter. Elbasyouni graduated from UofL's Speed School of Engineering.
Papa John's migrates its data centers
Ian D. McClure, J.D., LL.M. ,has accepted the position of Associate Vice President for Research (AVPR), Innovation and Economic Impact at the University of Kentucky. The position will be part of increased emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurial activity as part of the university research strategic plan.
Calling All Early-Stage Startups!
The Community Foundation of Louisville’s Vogt Awards is now accepting applications from entrepreneurs ready to take their startup to the next level. Get $25,000 in non-dilutive grant funding, plus coaching, mentoring, networking and education during this intensive 10-week accelerator program. Winners will then take center stage to pitch their product to the Louisville business community at Vogt Demo Day on October 13. Founders, don’t miss this unique and exciting opportunity to grow your business!
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