Nationally recognized experts join fuel cell advisory board

May 16, 2003

Kettering's new Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration recently welcomed two nationally recognized automotive and alternative fuel experts to the Center's Executive Advisory Board.

Kettering's new Center for Fuel Cell Systems and Powertrain Integration recently welcomed two nationally recognized automotive and alternative fuel experts to the Center's Executive Advisory Board.

$100,000 fuel cell funds

Jun 2, 2003

Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

Kettering University is one of only four institutions in Michigan to benefit from educational grants from NextEnergy, a non-profit corporation in Detroit. Kettering will receive $100,000 to further its fuel cell and alternative energy efforts.

Engineering better medicine - one bead at a time

Aug 8, 2003

Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.

Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.

Fewer moving parts is the key to better engines

Sep 22, 2003

Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.

Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.

Kettering grad first student to earn Ph.D. in fuel cells

Sep 26, 2003

Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

Takata donation to aid bio-mechanical research

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.

Symbiotic relationship is beneficial to both

Jan 12, 2004

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

$1.8 million jumpstarts fuel cell research

Jan 28, 2004

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

$1.8 million jumpstarts fuel cell research

Jan 29, 2004

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

Engineering better surgical techniques for a common sports injury

Feb 13, 2004

Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.

Football players and female athletes will jump for joy when researchers at Kettering University and McLaren Regional Medical Center complete their experiments into improving Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery.

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