At the age of 11, Brent Seales conducted his first research project. He wanted a hang glider and without the money to buy one, he wanted to build it. He wrote to a distributor and learned a lot about flying. It was a failed project — but it was that curiosity that led Seales, now a University of Kentucky researcher, to accomplish things no one else has ever done before.
Brent Seales' revolutionary virtual unwrapping tool can help uncover writings from ancient scrolls non-invasively...
CAER researchers are using bourbon stillage to create energy-dense batteries.
Donna Arnett, Dean of Public Health, shares the motivation behind her research in genetic epidemiology.
Danielle Lyons studies how glial cells in the brain interact with neurons to support brain health.
Adam Bachstetter studies how glial cells in the brain interact with neurons to support brain health.
Computer science student brings wearable technology into the OR to reduce doctor distractions.