Funding innovation

Jul 4, 2008

A new technology, developed by Kettering visiting professor Dr. Lars Beholz, expands potential uses of polyolefins by the plastics industry.

A new technology, developed by Kettering visiting professor Dr. Lars Beholz, expands potential uses of polyolefins by the plastics industry.

New "green" acrylics

Nov 13, 2009

BASF introduced a zero-emission "green" acrylic composite technology at Kettering University Nov. 18.

BASF introduced a zero-emission "green" acrylic composite technology at Kettering University Nov. 18.

Putting science into practice

Dec 17, 2009

Kettering's Agent Fate Research Project expands impact by putting the science behind this effort into practice AND works to create interest in science and engineering among local high school students hired as project interns.

Kettering's Agent Fate Research Project expands impact by putting the science behind this effort into practice AND works to create interest in science and engineering among local high school students hired as project interns.

Bioinformatics

Jan 3, 2011

Kettering University will soon offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Bioinformatics, a hybrid field where biology, computer science and statistics merge to form a single discipline.

Kettering University will soon offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Bioinformatics, a hybrid field where biology, computer science and statistics merge to form a single discipline.

Battle of the Bins continues

Mar 23, 2011

Kettering is part of the inter-collegiate "Battle of the Bins" with other Flint-area colleges as part of the upcoming Earth Day festivities. The on-campus recycling drive results are in.

Kettering is part of the inter-collegiate "Battle of the Bins" with other Flint-area colleges as part of the upcoming Earth Day festivities. The on-campus recycling drive results are in.

The DNA of eye color

Apr 28, 2011

Kettering professor Dr. Montserrat Rabago-Smith and student Desiree White unravel the latest DNA research of eye color to find it is not as simple as Mendel thought.

Kettering professor Dr. Montserrat Rabago-Smith and student Desiree White unravel the latest DNA research of eye color to find it is not as simple as Mendel thought.

Oswald International Fellowships

May 17, 2011

An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.

An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.

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.

Kettering University Career Camp

Aug 15, 2011

Two Kettering professors launch Career Camp to help 8th through 11th graders understand what it's like to live in the skin of a scientist or an engineer.

Two Kettering professors launch Career Camp to help 8th through 11th graders understand what it's like to live in the skin of a scientist or an engineer.

Student wins NSF Fellowship

May 11, 2011

Desiree White, a Biochemistry major, is one of only 40 college students nationwide to receive a 2011 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in her field.

Desiree White, a Biochemistry major, is one of only 40 college students nationwide to receive a 2011 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in her field.

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