Where will E.J. Montgomery end up? How will stay-or-go decisions affect Kentucky’s recruiting? Will Penny Hardaway be able to keep James Wiseman in Memphis? And more questions for the Wildcats before next season begins.
Researchers from Germany have teamed up with University of Kentucky’s tobacco scientists to test artemisia cultivation for a malaria medication. They hope to invest $30 million in a processing plant and grow thousands of acres to produce the promising drug.
Local governments in Kentucky’s eight most populous counties would no longer be required to publish their ordinances, audits and bid solicitations in local newspapers, under a provision approved by the Senate this week.
Researchers at the University of Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center are testing a new crop: artemisia. They are teaming with researchers in Germany on a process to make a cure cheaper and more efficiently.
Kentucky recruited for fight against malaria
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