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KentWired

Eindhoven University of Technology researcher Anne Hélène Gélébart shows the walking device. This small device, the size of a paperclip, is the world’s first machine to convert light directly into walking, simply using one fixed light source.

Polymer wiggles toward scientific discovery

Ray Padilla July 14, 2017

A Kent State professor helped research a new material that can propel itself forward with light.Robin Selinger, a chemical physics professor at the Liquid Crystal Institute, was among eight researchers...

Hiroshi Yokoyama, director of Kent States Liquid Institute, poses for a portrait outside of the third floor laboratory that will be the primary facility for incoming students of a new Liquid Crystal masters program in fall of 2015. Yokoyama will direct the new program.

New Liquid Crystals program to inspire innovation

Jacob Runnels April 29, 2015

The Liquid Crystal Institute plans to debut its new Master of Science in Liquid Crystal Engineering program starting Fall 2015.The program is to inspire the inventors of society to take a more hands-on...

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