December 17, 2018

Top 5 Research Stories of 2018

Research at Kennesaw State has delivered a powerful punch this year – making the planet a safer, healthier, more sustainable and more knowledgeable place. As 2018 comes to a close, two of the five top Kennesaw State’s research stories from the past 12 months are from the College of Science and Mathematics...

  • Photo of Professor Nikolaos Kidonakis

    On Top of the World

    A Kennesaw State theoretical particle physics professor has been ranked as the No. 1 physicist in the world since 2010 in fundamental physics. The honor is bestowed by European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) physicists who use the open-source INSPIRE bibliographic database.

  • Photo of Kennesaw Student Researchers searching for bats

    Fighting Extinction

    A Kennesaw State research team is leading the state in fighting the extinction of North American bats, which are dying in unprecedented numbers. Their rapid decline – and the invasive microorganism killing these fragile mammals – has drawn the attention of researchers in Kennesaw State’s BioInnovation Lab.

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