UofL tests software for spinal cord injury

UofL has received a $7.8M grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. The grant will allow UofL to collaborate with medical device manufacturer Medtronic to develop and test software applications specifically designed for spinal cord injury.

MHS partners with HAI ROBOTICS

MHS, a single-source provider of material handling automation and software solutions has announced a partnership with HAI ROBOTICS to provide autonomous case-handling robotic systems for distribution and fulfillment facilities and courier, express, and parcel distribution centers.

SDF scene for student innovation projects

In a first-of-its-kind agreement, Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport will allow all of its facilities, terminals, and airfields to be used for innovation projects by students at UofL.

Sale of intellectual property

Louisville-based Truman’s, a direct-to-consumer cleaning products company, is selling its intellectual property to an undisclosed buyer for an undisclosed amount.

Jeffersonville Makerspace reopens

The Jeffersonville Township Public Library’s Makerspace has reopened after being shut down due to COVID just weeks after it opened. The Makerspace includes a 3D printer, a vinyl cutter, and a laser cutter. The three machines require patrons to complete a free one-hour training course before using.

Simulation center comes to UK

A new simulation center at UK Health Sciences helps prepare future physical therapists for working in ICU care. At UK HealthCare’s Simulation Center, students learn to care for ICU patients by working with “Mrs. Smith,” an actor from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, in a faux ICU.