Fatal crashes down for young drivers

By Website Administrator | Sep 7, 2007

A Kettering faculty member worked with the State of Michigan to help prepare teens for the road and reduce the loss of young lives.

A Kettering faculty member worked with the State of Michigan to help prepare teens for the road and reduce the loss of young lives.

Greening public transportation

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2007

Kettering is helping Flint's Mass Transportation Authority explore the greening of public buses.

Kettering is helping Flint's Mass Transportation Authority explore the greening of public buses.

Benchmarking bio-fuels

By Website Administrator | Oct 19, 2007

A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.

A Kettering researcher is working to standardize the bio-fuel industry and leveling the playing field in fuel economy.

Conflict resolution and Hinduism

By Website Administrator | Feb 14, 2008

Looking for new ways the world can resolve conflict, a Kettering professor has turned to the diversity of belief and tradition in Hinduism for a fresh perspective.

Looking for new ways the world can resolve conflict, a Kettering professor has turned to the diversity of belief and tradition in Hinduism for a fresh perspective.

Chemical Agent Fate project receives boost

By Website Administrator | May 7, 2008

Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.

Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.

Stick work

By Website Administrator | May 30, 2008

Sophomore Linda Hunt is a hockey enthusiast interested in the physics of hockey sticks. Recently, she approached Kettering University's Dr. Dan Russell, who studies the "sweet" spot of baseball bats, about research on the vibrational properties of composite and wood sticks.

Sophomore Linda Hunt is a hockey enthusiast interested in the physics of hockey sticks. Recently, she approached Kettering University's Dr. Dan Russell, who studies the "sweet" spot of baseball bats, about research on the vibrational properties of composite and wood sticks.

Funding innovation

By Website Administrator | Jul 4, 2008

A new technology, developed by Kettering visiting professor Dr. Lars Beholz, expands potential uses of polyolefins by the plastics industry.

A new technology, developed by Kettering visiting professor Dr. Lars Beholz, expands potential uses of polyolefins by the plastics industry.

Bio-fuels and classic cars

By Website Administrator | Jul 18, 2008

New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

New bio-fuels may be damaging to classic car engines, so Kettering professors are studying the effects of ethanol-blended gas on the treasured classics.

Bottle up the noise!

By Website Administrator | Jul 25, 2008

Dr. Dan Ludwigsen, associate professor of Physics, works with students at Kettering University in studying the phenomena of Helmholtz resonators to develop an improved correction factor that will help control noise propagating down pipes and ducts.

Dr. Dan Ludwigsen, associate professor of Physics, works with students at Kettering University in studying the phenomena of Helmholtz resonators to develop an improved correction factor that will help control noise propagating down pipes and ducts.

International conference features Kettering profs

By Website Administrator | Aug 29, 2008

Kettering researchers shared their research into proton exchange membrane and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Laboratory at a fuel cell conference in Denver.

Kettering researchers shared their research into proton exchange membrane and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Laboratory at a fuel cell conference in Denver.

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