Department News

  • Takata donation to aid bio-mechanical research

    Nov 17, 2003

    A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

    A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.
  • Fuel Cell finesse

    Apr 4, 2005

    Serendipity led Seth Lerner from building a Formula race car to building a fuel cell as part of his graduate program at Kettering.

    Serendipity led Seth Lerner from building a Formula race car to building a fuel cell as part of his graduate program at Kettering.
  • Elemental absorption

    Apr 7, 2006

    An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.

    An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.
  • Bio-Engineering - the human machine

    Sep 14, 2007

    Kettering University has turned Engineering inside out - instead of focusing on things that people interact with, the new Bio-Engineering and Life Sciences labs will focus on understanding how the human body works and how to repair it.

    Kettering University has turned Engineering inside out - instead of focusing on things that people interact with, the new Bio-Engineering and Life Sciences labs will focus on understanding how the human body works and how to repair it.
  • Agent Fate exceeds expectations

    Feb 20, 2009

    Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.

    Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.
  • Electric sports boats coming soon!

    Oct 21, 2011

    Alex Smith '09, helped develop the world's first all electric power boat and now he's tackling an electric powertrain for an electric motorcycle.

    Alex Smith '09, helped develop the world's first all electric power boat and now he's tackling an electric powertrain for an electric motorcycle.
  • Kettering University's NASA lab is computing how to make satellites faster

    Nov 27, 2001

    Hopping a space shuttle to visit other planets may not be unrealistic in the near future, if three Kettering University researchers have anything to say about it.

    Hopping a space shuttle to visit other planets may not be unrealistic in the near future, if three Kettering University researchers have anything to say about it.
  • Symbiotic relationship is beneficial to both

    Jan 12, 2004

    Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

    Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.
  • Improving engine emissions

    May 16, 2005

    Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.

    Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.
  • Gender and ethics in engineering

    Apr 14, 2006

    "Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.

    "Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.