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Stark County, Ohio, commissioner Richard Regula is dedicated to expanding the petrochemical industry in Ohio and using shale gas to rebuild the state’s manufacturing base. Over the past six years, more than 2,400 gas wells have been drilled using hydraulic fracturing.

Fun fact: Ohio doesn’t have an official state microbe, but local students are determined to put an end to that atroscity. Otterbein University’s American Society for Microbiology is currently working on a project called MicrOhio. Its aim is to establish an official state microbe for Ohio in the same way that we have a state flower or bird.

The Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership (OH MEP) and its affiliates, which includes PolymerOhio, are working with Catalyst Connection to inform manufacturing companies about existing and emerging shale-manufacturing sectors.

Composites One, the Closed Mold Alliance, and Magnum Venus Products (MVP) in Partnership with IACMI – The Composites Institute invite you to attend Composite$ Innovation$! You do not want to miss this all new workshop focused on composite structure cost reduction innovations.

The University of Akron’s College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering (CPSPE) is the recipient of approximately $4 million in federal grants, coming at a time when university trustees have approved investments in “key areas of strength and opportunity.”

Ohio MEP is pleased to announce that Tom Gellrich, CEO and Founder of TopLine Analytics will be the guest speaker at their September 20th workshop, Entering the Downstream Petrochemical Value Chain.

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