This research was supported in part by a $ 800 Funded 000 grant to NEOUCOM from the Department of Homeland Security, a $ 100,000 grant to Kent State by the National Science Foundation and a Research Challenge grant from the Ohio Board of Regents. Both NEOUCOM and Kent State supported development of the liquid crystal biosensor, and combined resources for two pilot studies. ‘The most important thing we can do as microbiologists in the next decade, with technology, the microorganisms in real time identify We have created a biosensor. ‘a detector? ‘will change for bacteria and viruses, which are the way to the detection and identification of microorganisms,’said Dr. Woolverton.
Continued development of this technology the health, safety and economic vitality of Ohio communities and the nation will improve. Each company has to bring research and development, production, sales and other jobs to Kent and surrounding area once the technology has been developed guilty.Use parents with children with food allergy, schools lunches can be daunting.
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