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New Research Project on Virtual Power Plants for Electric Distribution Systems Sponsored by TVA

The research will utilize the capabilities developed at UK for the large-scale co-simulation of buildings and electric power distribution systems.


Mark Suckow and Colleagues Publish 3rd edition of "The Laboratory Rat"

The book will be of interest to veterinary and medical students, senior graduate students, postdocs and researchers who utilize animals in biomedical research.


Zhang and Zhao Publish Manuscript in Acta Biomaterialia

This modeling work presents a possible path toward bridging bioengineering approaches with clinical treatment strategies.


Mark Suckow and Colleagues Publish Article in Wound Repair and Regeneration

Dr. Suckow's research indicates for the first time a possible mechanism by which hyperbaric oxygen therapy accelerates diabetic wound healing.


Samson Cheung Co-Investigator on $3.5 Million NIH Grant Through UC Davis

The five-year grant will fund research into novel video-based approaches for detection of autism risk in the first year of life.


UK-AIChE Attends National Student Conference

The UK students represented the AIChE student chapters for the chemical engineering programs in Lexington and at the College of Engineering Extended Campus in Paducah.


Kunlei Liu Named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Liu has over 29 years of experience in directing research projects in the areas of combustion, gasification and emissions control.


Ionel to Serve as the Steering Committee Chair for the IEEE IEMDC Series of Conferences

The next event will take place in Hartford, Connecticut.


Remembering Eric Grulke: 1949-2019

Eric Grulke, professor of chemical engineering and former director of the engineering electron microscopy center, passed away Friday, November 29, at his home.


Eric Grulke Receives Meritorious Service Award from ANSI

Recipients were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the U.S. voluntary standardization system.