Congressman Tim Ryan Announces Kent State to Receive $313,000 in in Federal Research Grants
Kent, Ohio – Congressman Tim Ryan Announces $313,000 in National Science Foundation research grants to be awarded to Kent State University.
“I applaud Kent State University for securing these federal grants. Advancements in education and scientific research are crucial for us to grow as a nation – and I am proud these investments are being made right here in our backyard,” said Congressman Ryan. “These well-deserved grants only further highlight Kent State’s outstanding academic and research record.”
Kent State University has received the following two federal grant awards through the National Science Foundation:
"Sensing, Imaging, Tuning and Creating Nanomaterial Chirality using Liquid Crystal Phases" project will receive $235,000.00.
"EarthCubeIA: Collaborative Proposal: Building Interoperable Cyberinfrastructure (CI) at the Interface between Paleogeoinformatics and Bioinformatics" project will receive $78,000.00.