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Next-Generation Conductive Fibers

Flexible, organic, and conductive. Those are adjectives traditionally applied to PEDOT: PSS. Thanks to Dr. Ruben Sarabia-Riquelme and his cohorts at the University of Kentucky Applied Energy Research (UK CAER), and other collaborators at the University of Louisville, KY NSF EPSCoR funds are adding two more adjectives to PEDOT: PSS: spinnable and printable. Readily available …

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UK, UofL Researchers Collaborate on PEDOT: PSS – Nanocollider

Dr. Matt Weisenberger, University of Kentucky Dr. Ruben Sarabia-Riquelme, University of Kentucky Dr. Cindy Harnett, University of Louisville Dr. Kunal Kate, University of Louisville Dr. Zan Paterson, University of Kentucky Paula Alarcon, University of Kentucky In what was the first nanoCollider featuring cross-institutional presentations, the PEDOT: PSS team featuring research from both the University of …

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UofL gets grant to help minority-owned manufacturers adopt 3D printing

Via UofL News The University of Louisville (UofL) has received a five-year grant totaling $2 million to help minority-owned manufacturing businesses adopt additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology. The grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), will launch the Kentucky MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center, one of only four such …

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UofL Opens Dedicated Space for Robotics Research, Education & Collaboration

By Betty Coffman The Louisville Automation and Robotics Research Institute (LARRI) has opened a 10,000-square-foot space dedicated to research, education and collaboration in automation and robotics on the University of Louisville campus. Launched in 2020, LARRI is the only robotics research center in Kentucky. The institute is a collaboration of researchers and students working to provide solutions …

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Professor Kunal Kate Uses 3D Printing to Connect Industry and Academia

Watch our full interview with University of Louisville Professor Kunal Kate speaking on his newly formed graduate level course “Additive Manufacturing (AM) with Polymers.” Here he introduced the ICME platform, Digimat – AM, that teaches students about 3D printing thermomechanical process simulations. As a case study, the students did EOAT design and 3D Printing for …

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