Kent State University Liquid Crystal Institute University Dr, Kent, OH44240 The Kent State University Liquid Crystal Institute is rooted in the university's chemistry department. The LCI is known…More historically for its research leading to the establishment of the field of liquid crystals in physics and chemistry. In recent years, the LCI has helped establish two Kent-based liquid crystal technology firms: Kent Displays and AlphaMicron. The 65,000 square-foot Liquid Crystal and Materials Sciences building houses 25 modern research labs and manufacturing equipment.
AlphaMicron Inc. 1950 State Route 59, Kent, OH44240 AlphaMicron is a research and technology development company serving the consumer, science and military industries. The…More company specializes in commercializing patented technology for consumer applications, including the automotive, snow sports and motorsports industries. AlphaMicron has developed a liquid crystal visor that provides electronic tint for pilots. Other technology includes ski goggles, auto-dimming mirrors, visor solutions and more. Check the website for details on research or for information on development services.
Rez-Tech is a manufacturer and wholesale distribution business. It specializes in plastic jars, containers and lids.…More It provides freight services as well as project development, which can include research, prototype development, testing, container design and production.