The Ohio Employee Ownership Center at Kent State University will be featured in a documentary that will likely air on PBS when completed.
Crystal Diagnostics has unveiled a unique food-safety testing system. The novel technology, in development since 2006, uses liquid crystals to detect multiple harmful pathogens in food in a single test, offering significant time savings over the most common testing methods.
Kent State University Videographers Earn Six Awards at the 48-Hour Film Project
Transistor, a short film produced by two Kent State University videographers, students and alumni, recently took home top awards in the 48-Hour Film Festival Project. The 48-Hour Film Project, created in 2001 by Mark Ruppert, has been challenging filmmakers to create cinematic “masterpieces” within a strict 48-hour time limit.read more
New Liquid Crystal Based-Technology Announced
Crystal Diagnostics announces its new MultiPath System™, which, using technology developed at Kent State University and Northeast Ohio Medical University, rapidly detects multiple pathogens in food.play video
Local Barber Promotes Kent State University at Geauga on National TV
When Kent State employee John Granny heard that his barber, Rick Seyer, was going to be a guest on a reality television show with about seven million viewers, he asked if he would put on a Kent State Geauga T-shirt to promote the university. Seyer gladly accepted.read more
Kent State and Carnegie Mellon Receive $250,000 NSF Grant to Advance Computational Research
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a collaborative research grant to Kent State University and Carnegie Mellon University for a project to advance computational research. Laura Bartolo, professor and director of the Center for Materials Informatics at Kent State, will co-lead the project.read more