Diana Phillips

Dr. Diana A. Phillips, Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry
Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in Physical Chemistry, with expertise in physical chemistry, catalysis, surface chemistry and analysis.

Grow it here, make it here

Feb 21, 2012

U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow visited Kettering's Innovation Center to advance Michigan's bio-based manufacturing.

U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow visited Kettering's Innovation Center to advance Michigan's bio-based manufacturing.

Not blinded by science

Oct 8, 2010

Getting more than just a taste of real-world research, college level, and even high school-aged students working on Kettering's Agent Fate project have an eye-opening experience working as scientific researchers on a government contract.

Getting more than just a taste of real-world research, college level, and even high school-aged students working on Kettering's Agent Fate project have an eye-opening experience working as scientific researchers on a government contract.

Hips don't lie

Jan 20, 2010

An interdisciplinary research project at Kettering University that examines hip replacement components could aid manufacturers in producing longer lasting artificial hip joints.

An interdisciplinary research project at Kettering University that examines hip replacement components could aid manufacturers in producing longer lasting artificial hip joints.

Swedish Biogas begins construction

Aug 13, 2010

The first shovel-full of earth was moved to begin construction of the Swedish Biogas International project in Flint, a partnership of state and local governments in collaboration with an international business and Kettering University.

The first shovel-full of earth was moved to begin construction of the Swedish Biogas International project in Flint, a partnership of state and local governments in collaboration with an international business and Kettering University.

Waste not, want not

Aug 19, 2010

Kettering has taken mom's admonition to "waste not, want not" seriously with its new research vehicle - a truck that can run on biomethane gas produced from human waste.

Kettering has taken mom's admonition to "waste not, want not" seriously with its new research vehicle - a truck that can run on biomethane gas produced from human waste.

Kettering researchers refine bone re-growth

Aug 9, 2011

Researchers at Kettering are collaborating on a project to develop a biodegradable alloy for use in re-growing bone after traumatic injuries.

Researchers at Kettering are collaborating on a project to develop a biodegradable alloy for use in re-growing bone after traumatic injuries.

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