UofL awarded millions to prevent future pandemics Tuesday, Sep 6 2022 

The new funding is part of a $577 million effort by the National Institutes of Health to combat COVID-19 and viruses like it.

        

Kentucky Science Center receives $25K grant to deepen Louisville’s understanding of ‘intellectual humility’ Monday, Aug 22 2022 

The Greater Good Science Center wishes Louisville's science center to feature exhibits in which people recognize when their beliefs might be wrong.

        

Louisville business hopes a ‘carbon neutral’ soccer tournament will further the climate conversation Tuesday, Aug 16 2022 

Sport Impact Group announced Tuesday that this year's Women's Cup in Louisville will carbon-neutral, but what does that mean?

        

Kentucky Science Center dedicates refurbished wing to Louisville mayor Monday, Jul 11 2022 

The Kentucky Science Center dedicated the wing to Mayor Greg Fischer because of his continued support of science literacy.

        

First of its kind double-transplant surgery in Kentucky at UofL Health Wednesday, Jun 15 2022 

Jewish Hospital is now among the very few hospitals across the country approved to perform all five solid organ transplants: heart, lung, liver, kidney, and pancreas

        

When to watch the potential Tua Herculid meteor shower Friday, May 27 2022 

Monday night into Tuesday morning, a possible meteor shower could grace our skies. If so, the viewing conditions will be perfect with clear skies and a new moon.

        

3 Kentucky communities get funding to assess potential brownfields Thursday, May 19 2022 

Brownfields are industrial and commercial properties that may contain hazardous substances.

        

Meet Reggie: One Louisville high school’s newest four-legged robot mascot Wednesday, Apr 13 2022 

Central is one of only two schools in the country to get a Spotbot 3, a robotic dog that can sit, stay, run and even make a 3-D map of an entire building.

        

Tick-born Heartland virus reportedly found in ticks in Kentucky, Indiana Sunday, Mar 27 2022 

Heartland virus disease can be transferred to humans via tick bites and it can cause serious illness.

        

NWS confirms 5 total tornadoes in Kentuckiana Saturday, Mar 19 2022 

According to the National Weather Service the five tornadoes were in Hardin, Jefferson, Bullitt and Breckinridge Counties, and Washington County, Indiana.

        

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