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Dusan Sekulic Part of NASA Teleconference on Next Space Station Resupply Mission

November 18, 2020

Since 2017, Sekulic has been leading an estimated $1 million international research project funded by NASA and the Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities in Russia.  

UK Researchers Advancing Wastewater Testing to Track COVID-19

November 18, 2020

Faculty members Scott Berry and Shakira Hobbs are testing a new technology to evaluate wastewater to track community presence of COVID-19.

Stratodynamics and the University of Kentucky to Conduct Test Flight at Spaceport America

November 16, 2020

Sean Bailey, associate professor of mechanical engineering, is the project’s Principal Investigator.

Get Ahead with Online Classes This Winter!

October 12, 2020

Due a later start to the spring semester, students now have a fantastic opportunity to progress in their education by taking online courses during the winter session.

UK Alum Named Outstanding Intern During NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards

October 12, 2020

Monon Rahman concluded his dream internship with NASCAR by being named Outstanding Intern during the 2020 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards.

CAER Receives U.S. DOE Grant to Develop Next-Generation Carbon Dioxide Capture Technology

October 02, 2020

Kunlei Liu, associate director at CAER and associate professor of mechanical engineering in the UK College of Engineering, is involved with the project

Luke Fortner Named to 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

September 24, 2020

Fortner graduated with a mechanical engineering degree and is a current ME graduate student.

Peng Wang Awarded NSF Funding to Research Machine Tool Anomaly Detection

August 25, 2020

I. S. Jawahir in the Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing and the Department of Mechanical Engineering is Co-PI.

Luke Fortner Nominated for 2020 William V. Campbell Trophy

August 04, 2020

The award recognizes an individual as the absolute best in the country for his academic success, football performance and exemplary leadership.

Martha Grady Leading Major Research Project through NIH COBRE Grant

August 03, 2020

Assistant professor Martha Grady will lead the project titled "Quantitative Mechanical Phenotyping of Bacterial Biofilms on Implant Surfaces."