Department News

  • Effective new therapy for arthritis

    By Website Administrator | Jun 3, 2004

    Kettering researchers have teamed up with Family Orthopedic Associates to study how long a new arthritis therapy can postpone surgery.

    Kettering researchers have teamed up with Family Orthopedic Associates to study how long a new arthritis therapy can postpone surgery.
  • Kettering University promotes ten faculty members

    By Website Administrator | Apr 18, 2005

    Ten faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Kettering Board of Trustees.

    Ten faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Kettering Board of Trustees.
  • Scoring major crash test points

    By Website Administrator | Dec 15, 2005

    A side-impact crash test series for a major industry partner ensures a bright future for Kettering University's Crash Safety Center and crash safety curriculum.

    A side-impact crash test series for a major industry partner ensures a bright future for Kettering University's Crash Safety Center and crash safety curriculum.
  • Chemical dispersion project expands

    By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2006

    An ongoing research project that examines the dispersion of chemicals into our environment achieves greater success and receives additional funding from the U.S. Defense Authorization Bill for 2006-2007.

    An ongoing research project that examines the dispersion of chemicals into our environment achieves greater success and receives additional funding from the U.S. Defense Authorization Bill for 2006-2007.
  • Digging deep into droplets

    By Website Administrator | Feb 26, 2008

    Kettering University's Chemical Agent Fate Research Project recently received $1 million from the defense appropriations bill and is continuing to provide critical data to military organizations.

    Kettering University's Chemical Agent Fate Research Project recently received $1 million from the defense appropriations bill and is continuing to provide critical data to military organizations.
  • Agent Fate exceeds expectations

    By Website Administrator | 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.
  • DTE and Kettering "Get Energized!"

    By Website Administrator | Sep 15, 2011

    High school students came to Kettering for a week to "Get Energized" and learn more about sustainable and green energy technologies, including nuclear power.

    High school students came to Kettering for a week to "Get Energized" and learn more about sustainable and green energy technologies, including nuclear power.
  • Back from the track Kettering's Formula SAE team is ready to roll

    By Website Administrator | May 10, 2002

    The Kettering University student SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) chapter will compete in the Formula SAE collegiate design competition at the Silverdome Thursday, May 16 through Sunday, May 19.

    The Kettering University student SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) chapter will compete in the Formula SAE collegiate design competition at the Silverdome Thursday, May 16 through Sunday, May 19.
  • Takata donation to aid bio-mechanical research

    By Website Administrator | 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.
  • Funding for fuel cell initiative

    By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

    Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.

    Kettering University has made the first cut to receive state funding for development of a fuel cell incubator on campus. The incubator could spur economic development in both Flint and Genesee County.