Student, professor present at healthcare conference

By Patrick Hayes | Apr 23, 2013

Kettering University student Jordan Myers and Dr. Lucy King, Industrial Engineering professor, presented their findings in a healthcare study they conducted at a national conference.

Kettering University student Jordan Myers and Dr. Lucy King, Industrial Engineering professor, presented their findings in a healthcare study they conducted at a national conference.

Contact fatigue by the numbers

Jan 2, 2013

Dr. Ilya Kudish has developed a dual approach to modeling the problem of lubrication in rolling contact fatigue in machines.

Dr. Ilya Kudish has developed a dual approach to modeling the problem of lubrication in rolling contact fatigue in machines.

Researching renewable fuels and energy

Dec 17, 2012

Two Kettering professors have been researching fuel cell technologies for 21st Century energy solutions.

Two Kettering professors have been researching fuel cell technologies for 21st Century energy solutions.

A real-life FarmVille

Dec 12, 2012

A Kettering alumnus and student are helping the popular game FarmVille come to life.

A Kettering alumnus and student are helping the popular game FarmVille come to life.

Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) continues growth

Oct 30, 2012

The Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) continues to be a busy hub for Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) research since the lab opened last year.

The Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL) continues to be a busy hub for Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) research since the lab opened last year.

Chrysler contract, battery course part of continuing growth of Power Electronics Lab

Sep 10, 2012

Kettering University’s Advanced Power Electronics Lab continues to grow into a major research hub for the automotive electrification and renewable energy fields.

Kettering University’s Advanced Power Electronics Lab continues to grow into a major research hub for the automotive electrification and renewable energy fields.

$70,698 NSF grant to provide CHNSO Elemental Determinator

Sep 6, 2012

Kettering University is getting a sophisticated piece of Chemistry equipment, thanks to a $70,698 National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation grant.

Kettering University is getting a sophisticated piece of Chemistry equipment, thanks to a $70,698 National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation grant.

Mysteries of the equilateral triangle

Feb 27, 2012

In a new twist on the love triangle – Dr. Brian McCartin is in love WITH the triangle, the equilateral triangle to be specific. He has written of his love in a new book.

In a new twist on the love triangle – Dr. Brian McCartin is in love WITH the triangle, the equilateral triangle to be specific. He has written of his love in a new book.

Not blinded by science

By Website Administrator | Oct 8, 2010

Getting more than just a taste of real-world research, college level, and even high school-aged students working on Kettering's Agent Fate project have an eye-opening experience working as scientific researchers on a government contract.

Getting more than just a taste of real-world research, college level, and even high school-aged students working on Kettering's Agent Fate project have an eye-opening experience working as scientific researchers on a government contract.

Taking a stick check

By Website Administrator | Jan 7, 2010

A research project on hockey sticks at Kettering University yields a new cooperative education partner AND lands student Linda Hunt a cool co-op position.

A research project on hockey sticks at Kettering University yields a new cooperative education partner AND lands student Linda Hunt a cool co-op position.

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