Department News

  • The DNA of eye color

    Apr 28, 2011

    Kettering professor Dr. Montserrat Rabago-Smith and student Desiree White unravel the latest DNA research of eye color to find it is not as simple as Mendel thought.

    Kettering professor Dr. Montserrat Rabago-Smith and student Desiree White unravel the latest DNA research of eye color to find it is not as simple as Mendel thought.
  • Making GM go green

    Apr 21, 2006

    A Kettering co-op student was part of the team that turned a GM plant in Flint into a lean green environmental machine.

    A Kettering co-op student was part of the team that turned a GM plant in Flint into a lean green environmental machine.
  • Student wins NSF Fellowship

    May 11, 2011

    Desiree White, a Biochemistry major, is one of only 40 college students nationwide to receive a 2011 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in her field.

    Desiree White, a Biochemistry major, is one of only 40 college students nationwide to receive a 2011 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in her field.
  • The alchemy of mead

    Nov 3, 2006

    Dr. Diana Phillips is using Chemistry to unravel the mysteries of mead.

    Dr. Diana Phillips is using Chemistry to unravel the mysteries of mead.
  • Oswald International Fellowships

    May 17, 2011

    An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.

    An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.
  • On the chemical runway!

    Nov 20, 2006

    Kettering students are adept in using computer aided design (CAD) resources, but can CAD help them learn more about dynamic interactions and reactions between molecular structures for chemistry?

    Kettering students are adept in using computer aided design (CAD) resources, but can CAD help them learn more about dynamic interactions and reactions between molecular structures for chemistry?
  • Kettering researchers refine bone re-growth

    Aug 9, 2011

    Researchers at Kettering are collaborating on a project to develop a biodegradable alloy for use in re-growing bone after traumatic injuries.

    Researchers at Kettering are collaborating on a project to develop a biodegradable alloy for use in re-growing bone after traumatic injuries.
  • Integrating Chemistry

    Jan 2, 2007

    Two new Chemistry degree programs at Kettering expand academic and professional opportunities for students.

    Two new Chemistry degree programs at Kettering expand academic and professional opportunities for students.
  • Kettering University's Environmental Chemistry program plans deeper connection with local community thanks to $50,000 grant

    Jun 8, 2001

    Kettering University's Environmental Chemistry program recently won a five-year $50,000 grant from the Arthur G. Bishop Charitable Trust to help expand Kettering's Chemistry in the Community program.

    Kettering University's Environmental Chemistry program recently won a five-year $50,000 grant from the Arthur G. Bishop Charitable Trust to help expand Kettering's Chemistry in the Community program.
  • Benchmarking bio-fuels

    Oct 19, 2007

    A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.

    A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.