Department News

  • $100,000 fuel cell funds

    Jun 2, 2003

    Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

    Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.
  • The Final Frontier - the human brain

    Sep 2, 2004

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.

    In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.
  • Fuel saving gadgets

    Feb 24, 2006

    A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

    A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.
  • Unabridged connections

    Apr 6, 2007

    The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.

    The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.
  • The Chemistry of Engineering

    Nov 7, 2008

    Kettering University in Flint, Mich., now offers students an opportunity to prepare for the fast-growing field of Chemical Engineering with a new degree program.

    Kettering University in Flint, Mich., now offers students an opportunity to prepare for the fast-growing field of Chemical Engineering with a new degree program.
  • Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed is SAE Fellow

    Dec 2, 2011

    Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed is one of only 19 engineers and scientists worldwide named to the prestigious membership status SAE Fellow. SAE International will honor him at the SAE World Congress in April.

    Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed is one of only 19 engineers and scientists worldwide named to the prestigious membership status SAE Fellow. SAE International will honor him at the SAE World Congress in April.
  • Engineering better medicine - one bead at a time

    Aug 8, 2003

    Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.

    Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.
  • "Real world" overlaps into classroom

    Jan 3, 2005

    Broken shredder discs and oil pumps are all part of the lesson in Dr. Echempati's MECH-312 Machine Design class.

    Broken shredder discs and oil pumps are all part of the lesson in Dr. Echempati's MECH-312 Machine Design class.
  • Pop star crash test

    Mar 3, 2006

    Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

    Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.
  • The greening of diesel

    Aug 3, 2007

    Smashing mat material and injecting urea into exhaust are two ways Kettering researchers are trying to improve the performance of diesel engine exhaust systems.

    Smashing mat material and injecting urea into exhaust are two ways Kettering researchers are trying to improve the performance of diesel engine exhaust systems.