Department News

  • Fulbright experience in India

    Oct 24, 2008

    Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.

    Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.
  • Kettering'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.
  • Fuel Cell collaborative

    Mar 12, 2003

    Kettering University and ANUVU, Incorporated, the parent company of ANUVU Fuel Cell Products, Inc. of Sacramento,Calif., will jointly develop and promote fuel cell technologies for the transportation industry.

    Kettering University and ANUVU, Incorporated, the parent company of ANUVU Fuel Cell Products, Inc. of Sacramento,Calif., will jointly develop and promote fuel cell technologies for the transportation industry.
  • Keeping cool

    May 6, 2004

    A Kettering professor's research into more efficient cold air curtains could add up to big energy savings world wide.

    A Kettering professor's research into more efficient cold air curtains could add up to big energy savings world wide.
  • "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.
  • The science of clicks and pops

    Aug 30, 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.
  • CPR and bio-engineering

    Jul 14, 2006

    Students in the MECH350 (Fracture lab) expect to learn about anatomy - they just figure its mostly about bones. Last semester they integrated all the bio-systems and became CPR certified too.

    Students in the MECH350 (Fracture lab) expect to learn about anatomy - they just figure its mostly about bones. Last semester they integrated all the bio-systems and became CPR certified too.
  • 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.
  • Family volunteering a winning idea

    Nov 6, 2008

    Kettering Professor Dr. Patrick Atkinson and his family won a Family Fun Magazine award for volunteering as a family. Their prize will benefit the entire community.

    Kettering Professor Dr. Patrick Atkinson and his family won a Family Fun Magazine award for volunteering as a family. Their prize will benefit the entire community.
  • Fighting fibromyalgia a search for effective treatment

    Jan 18, 2002

    Dr. Jeff Hargrove has learned first-hand it's not what you know, but who you know, that can change your life.

    Dr. Jeff Hargrove has learned first-hand it's not what you know, but who you know, that can change your life.