Centennial Research Park
Kent State University's Centennial Research Park provides space and support for specialized companies to thrive and grow near the university and its other partners. The 41,000-square-foot research park houses two high-tech start-up companies that have their roots in liquid crystal research activities launched at Kent State.
The facility will also provide Kent State graduate and undergraduate students opportunities for research, internships and employment; faculty researchers from the Liquid Crystal Institute and other disciplines will be available for collaborative projects;the anchor tenant will be the FLEXMatters Accelerator, a broad, public-private high-technology collaboration, designed to produce a new generation of advanced materials and promote regional economic development . the university has entrepreneurial assets available to aid business growth through its centers that specialize in technology transfer, small business development, business innovation and minority-owned businesses.
- JobsOhio's Mark Kvamme Visits Kent State University's Centennial Research Park, July 26, 2011
- Kent State Signs Second Tenant for Centennial Research Park, Sept. 6, 2010
- Centennial Research Park Welcomes AlphaMicron, Sept. 14, 2009
- Kent State Inks Lease for Anchor Tenant in Centennial Research Park, Nov. 24, 2008
- Centennial Research Park Clears Way for Research, Economic Opportunities