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Bourbon, Scotch researchers share ‘tastes’ in partnership

The partnership will enhance stability in the spirits industry worldwide.

Lawmakers told telehealth proves valuable to drug treatment effort

Pandemic has shown value, importance of telehealth.

UK announces $10 million research on racial disparities and inequity

Proposed initiative requires approval from the University Senate.

President Trump rescinds VISA policy for international students; UK student breathing sigh of relief

"It doesn't put our international students immediately in jeopardy. So, that is a huge relief to us to our students and to everybody," Roberts said.

Prof’s research develops breath test for lung disease

A University of Kentucky researcher has developed an easier way to begin testing for lung cancer and disease and without an invasive surgery.

UK studying jockey performance

A new research initiative from the University of Kentucky Sports Medicine Research Institute is looking closely at jockey performance.

People living with incurable cancers urge more research

Millions of people are living longer with cancers that have spread widely and are considered incurable. Now, there's a push for more research on what it's like to live with the disease, not just how to treat it.

CPE to host Kentucky Association of Institutional Research, data guideline meetings

The annual Kentucky Association of Institutional Research conference and the CPE Data Guidelines will be meeting March 7-8 at the Council on Postsecondary Education offices in Frankfort.

Lexington school collected grease to recycled to be used for research

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) -The annual Gobble Grease toss was on Friday at Redwood Cooperative School in Lexington. Officials tell us that last year, the Gobble...

Water is buried beneath Martian landscape, study says

A huge lake of salty water appears to be buried deep in Mars, a new study says. Experts believe this raises the possibility of finding life on the red planet.

Opioid misuse drops more than 90% for Hope Center clients, study finds

A newly released study found that opioid misuse dropped 90 percent for female clients and 94 percent for male clients who completed recovery programs at the Hope Center.

UofL gets grant to become Superfund Research Center

The University of Louisville says the National Institutes of Health has given the school a $6.7 million grant to become a Superfund Research Center.

Kentucky taking applications for roles in hemp program

Kentucky agriculture officials say the application period has opened for people wanting to participate next year in the state's hemp research pilot program.

Scandals haven’t tarnished enrollment efforts so far at UofL

Statistics show that the University of Louisville's enrollment and growth have been relatively unscathed so far during a series of scandals at the school.

Bike4Alz – Riding cross country to raise money for Alzheimer’s research

The team will bike over 3600 miles as they travel cross country riding for those affected by Alzheimers.

AAA: New teen drivers three times as likely to be involved in a deadly crash

New teen drivers ages 16-17 years old are three times as likely as adults to be involved in a deadly crash, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

UofL planting hemp for energy research

The University of Louisville is planting two types of industrial hemp and another fiber call kenaf to research their potential as renewable energy resources.

Tempur-Pedic donates mattresses to St. Jude

Tempur Sealy International donated more than 500 Tempur-Pedic mattresses and foundations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.

Beshear to Announce Research Project for Rape Kit Backlog

Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear is teaming up with the University of Louisville for a research project involving the state's rape kit backlog.

Groundbreaking held for new St. Jude Dream Home

Ground has been broken on the new St. Jude Dream Home on Pascoli Place in Lexington.

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Project Friendship plans to donate One Million in winter clothes to those in need

It's a spin on it's coat drive which had to be scaled back because of COVID-19 restrictions.

Queenslake Horse Farm hosts COVID-19 safe Halloween light show

With the help of Cincy Illuminations, The Chmela's transformed the main house at Queenslake Horse Farm into a COVID-19 safe and family friendly drive-thru light show.

Maggie’s Light LLC offering comfort to grieving families

A non-profit organization is trying to shine some pink and blue light on the month of October.

Mayor addresses concerns people have with University of Somerset plans

People reading the website worried about the university's inclusiveness.