Md Shahnoor Amin '09 has launched a portable energy power source for mobile devices.
Kettering University researchers presented a prototype of an electric scooter to students and faculty of Harvard University and MIT in Boston this month.
Steven Shaker was a featured speaker at the 42nd annual ACCESS Dinner in Detroit April 27.
Kettering Haptics students are introducing new innovations into Flint’s medical community.
The Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) continues to be a busy hub for Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) research since the lab opened last year.
Kettering’s Mobile Robotics Club had a chance to help the City of Flint Police Bomb Squad with one of their robots recently.
Kettering University’s Advanced Power Electronics Lab continues to grow into a major research hub for the automotive electrification and renewable energy fields.
Kettering professor Doug Melton will join the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network as Program Director.
Professor McLaughlin received a BS in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 1960. He received an MSc in Engineering in 1962 from Ohio State University while pioneering radio astronomy instrumentation and data processing research under Professor John D. Kraus. Professor McLaughlin later received a JD with distinction from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a Michigan Attorney-at-Law, a registered Patent Attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and a Professional Engineer.