Opening with a BANG!

Aug 26, 2005

The walls are up around the crash sled, the safety glass is in place and the dummies are ready to ride. Kettering's Crash Safety Center officially opened Aug. 25.

The walls are up around the crash sled, the safety glass is in place and the dummies are ready to ride. Kettering's Crash Safety Center officially opened Aug. 25.

Clearing the air

Jan 6, 2006

A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

Crash Safety Center benefits SAE race teams

Jan 27, 2006

New competition rules for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula student race series offer an opportunity for Kettering's Crash Safety Center to test 2006 stipulations for the benefit of all student teams.

New competition rules for the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula student race series offer an opportunity for Kettering's Crash Safety Center to test 2006 stipulations for the benefit of all student teams.

Going postal for safety-sake

Mar 31, 2006

High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.

High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.

Elemental absorption

Apr 7, 2006

An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.

An ongoing research project between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation yields new results regarding the diffusion of chemical elements into porous materials such as porcelain tile, thus marking yet another important point of success.

Getting a grip on airbags

Aug 4, 2006

A student project at Kettering University utilized the institution's Crash Safety Center to gain a full appreciation of the power behind the deployment of vehicle air bags.

A student project at Kettering University utilized the institution's Crash Safety Center to gain a full appreciation of the power behind the deployment of vehicle air bags.

Chemical dispersion project expands

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.

Full-body cast crash testing

Feb 16, 2007

Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.

Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.

Unabridged connections

Apr 6, 2007

The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.

The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.

Digging deep into droplets

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.

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