Scoring major crash test points

By Website Administrator | Dec 15, 2005

A side-impact crash test series for a major industry partner ensures a bright future for Kettering University's Crash Safety Center and crash safety curriculum.

A side-impact crash test series for a major industry partner ensures a bright future for Kettering University's Crash Safety Center and crash safety curriculum.

BAM! Crash Course in Car Safety

By Website Administrator | Feb 3, 2006

Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.

Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.

Fuel saving gadgets

By Website Administrator | Feb 24, 2006

A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

Pop star crash test

By Website Administrator | Mar 3, 2006

Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

The matrix - chilled

By Website Administrator | Mar 17, 2006

A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.

A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.

Gender and ethics in engineering

By Website Administrator | Apr 14, 2006

"Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.

"Can't get no satisfaction" is not necessarily the top juke box pick for women in engineering. But, does being female in a predominantly male field affect how women feel about their job? Two Kettering researchers surveyed students to find out.

Thumbs up

By Website Administrator | Apr 28, 2006

Working with local orthopedists, a Kettering researcher helped test a treatment for the joint most likely to develop osteoarthritis, the uniquely opposable thumb.

Working with local orthopedists, a Kettering researcher helped test a treatment for the joint most likely to develop osteoarthritis, the uniquely opposable thumb.

CPR and bio-engineering

By Website Administrator | Jul 14, 2006

Students in the MECH350 (Fracture lab) expect to learn about anatomy - they just figure its mostly about bones. Last semester they integrated all the bio-systems and became CPR certified too.

Students in the MECH350 (Fracture lab) expect to learn about anatomy - they just figure its mostly about bones. Last semester they integrated all the bio-systems and became CPR certified too.

Fine tuning hunting bows

By Website Administrator | Aug 11, 2006

In researching the performance of hunting bows, a Kettering senior found out a little "who you know" combined with a little "follow your bliss" can take you far.

In researching the performance of hunting bows, a Kettering senior found out a little "who you know" combined with a little "follow your bliss" can take you far.

Kettering professor named to international board

By Website Administrator | Aug 18, 2006

Dr. Greg Davis has been named to the Society of Automotive Engineers International board of directors.

Dr. Greg Davis has been named to the Society of Automotive Engineers International board of directors.

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