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First-if-its-Kind Device to Improve Infant Feeding Got Its Start at UK

The infant Feeding Solution, which operates like a “smart” baby bottle, measures tongue dynamics of infant feeding and provides real-time, actionable information via Bluetooth technology. The device could have a significant impact on clinical care and feeding, especially for premature babies.

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Highlighting Lexington's Local Flair, Markey Hosts Successful Conference for Cancer Communicators

The Markey Cancer Center & Cancer Foundation served as hosts for the 2017 conference for the National Association of Cancer Center Development Officers (NACCDO) and the Public Affairs and Marketing (PAMN) Network of National Cancer Centers. In total, 437 participants representing 75+ institutions attended this year's conference.

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UK to Host Bench-2-Business Event at Gatton on May 10

How to move research from the laboratory to the marketplace is the central theme of an event coming up in two weeks at UK's Gatton College. The networking event is from 4 to 6 pm, Wed., May 10 in Woodward Hall (Rm 307) in Gatton. Open to UK researchers, faculty, and students, but also to the region’s entrepreneurial and investor community.

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Goldwater Scholar

3 UK Students Recognized by Goldwater Scholarship Program

Senior Benjamin Riley, of Louisville, has been awarded the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, which recognizes the best undergraduates in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering. In addition, UK juniors, Aaron Mueller, of Louisville, and Connor VanMeter, of Lexington, received honorable mention recognition from the program.

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