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  • Bio-fuels and classic cars

    Jul 18, 2008

    New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

    New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.
  • Physical therapy for co-op

    Sep 9, 2009

    Sam Perlmutter '06, Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University and current Ph.D. fellow in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences at Northwestern University, created a one-of-a-kind professional cooperative education program that students would pay him to join.

    Sam Perlmutter '06, Mechanical Engineering graduate of Kettering University and current Ph.D. fellow in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences at Northwestern University, created a one-of-a-kind professional cooperative education program that students would pay him to join.
  • DENSO North America Foundation awards Kettering $100,000

    Sep 24, 2001

    Ram Chandran believes a new breed of engineer is on the horizon at Kettering University.

    Ram Chandran believes a new breed of engineer is on the horizon at Kettering University.
  • Canada's General Hydrogen partners with Kettering's

    Oct 4, 2002

    Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration General Hydrogen Corp. has announced a partnership with Kettering University's Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration to support the construction of a Michigan-based hydrogen fuel workforce.

    Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration General Hydrogen Corp. has announced a partnership with Kettering University's Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration to support the construction of a Michigan-based hydrogen fuel workforce.
  • New endowment fund buys bones

    Mar 26, 2004

    Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.

    Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.
  • Kudish - ASME Fellow

    Oct 21, 2004

    Dr. Ilya I. Kudish, professor of Mathematics, has been named a 2004 Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), for his work in mathematical modeling of lubricant degradation and materials fatigue.

    Dr. Ilya I. Kudish, professor of Mathematics, has been named a 2004 Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), for his work in mathematical modeling of lubricant degradation and materials fatigue.
  • The science of clicks and pops

    Jul 22, 2005

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.
  • Going postal for safety-sake

    Mar 31, 2006

    High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.

    High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.
  • Poverty, sustainability and service

    Aug 24, 2007

    Kettering faculty members Andy Borchers and Laura Sullivan recently participated in a unique conference titled the Christian Scholars Conference at Rochester College that examined how the U.S. can gear its economic engine to help those who are less fortunate.

    Kettering faculty members Andy Borchers and Laura Sullivan recently participated in a unique conference titled the Christian Scholars Conference at Rochester College that examined how the U.S. can gear its economic engine to help those who are less fortunate.
  • Switching to lollipops

    Aug 22, 2008

    Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.

    Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.