Computational Core Facility
The science units at Kent State have a dedicated Gbit+ science network designed for the movement of large data sets, including those derived imaging techniques such as confocal microscopy and MRI. Kent has nationally recognized expertise in the use of cluster computing for analysis of large data sets and several computer clusters dedicated to interdisciplinary efforts in the biomedical sciences are available for data visualization and analysis. These and related resources including a wide variety of software offers biomedical researchers a modern high-performance computational environment for a variety of types of analyses. The network has access to the Ohio's Bit+ Third Frontier Network and Internet 2.