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 A public lecture on the universe on March 28, 2012

Kent State University researchers are co-leaders of an international team that discovered antihelium-4, the most massive antinucleus known to date. Discover magazine recently compiled a list of the top 100 science stories for 2011, and it ranked the antihelium-4 discovery as the number three story under physics and math, and as the number 20...

Kent State University researchers are part of a team of international scientists who have discovered antihelium-4, the most massive antinucleus known to date. This new discovery is the antimatter partner of the helium-4 nucleus, also called the alpha particle. Helium-4 is the normal form of helium, the second most abundant element in the universe...

University appoints Oleg Lavrentovich as Trustees Research Professor, names Hiroshi Yokoyama new Liquid Crystal Institute director Kent State University’s Liquid Crystal Institute®, the most comprehensive research and educational center in the field of liquid crystals, has been demonstrating value with exciting new liquid crystal science...

For 23 years, Professor of Physics Declan Keane has worked at Kent State University, extending his passion for research from the classroom into the real world. Keane’s latest accomplishment is another milestone in his impressive career. Keane was one of three Kent State faculty members recognized as Distinguished Scholar Award recipients at a...

Dr. Anthony Silvidi, Professor Emeritus of Physics, left his mark on the department and the University.  He was a member of the faculty for 40 years from 1952-1982 and continued to teach after retirement until 1992.  Tony, along with former Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies J.W. McGrath, was the first Kent State University...

Kent State University researchers are part of a team of international scientists who have discovered antihelium-4, the most massive antinucleus known to date. This new discovery is the antimatter partner of the helium-4 nucleus, also called the alpha particle. Helium-4 is the normal form of helium, the second most abundant element in the universe...

Kent State University researcher and chemistry professor John West from the university’s Liquid Crystal Institute will be among the top business leaders, government officials and university representatives who will speak at the “Building the Ohio Innovation Economy” conference in Cleveland, on April 25 and 26. The state innovation...

As a part of a growing collaboration between KSU and CWRU, Dr. James D. McGuffin-Cawley, the Arthur S. Holden Professor of Engineering and Chair Department of Materials Science and Engineering Case Western Reserve University will talk about the scarcity of mineral based materials and its impact on global economies. The seminar will take place at...

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Long Island, New York, has a staff of about 3,000 scientists and support personnel, and hosts about 4,000 guest researchers every year. Activities span many areas of physics, chemistry and biology, and past work at Brookhaven has yielded 7 Nobel Prizes. In 2010, research at Brookhaven led to over 800...