Friday, April 1, 2005

Fuel Cell finesse

Apr 4, 2005

Serendipity led Seth Lerner from building a Formula race car to building a fuel cell as part of his graduate program at Kettering.

Serendipity led Seth Lerner from building a Formula race car to building a fuel cell as part of his graduate program at Kettering.

Partnerships key to resolving outsourcing of jobs

Apr 11, 2005

Many analysts believe industry-university partnerships similar to Kettering University's relationship with the Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association could help the U.S. electrical manufacturing industry recover from the loss of jobs overseas.

Many analysts believe industry-university partnerships similar to Kettering University's relationship with the Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association could help the U.S. electrical manufacturing industry recover from the loss of jobs overseas.

AIM program wins national award

Apr 22, 2005

Kettering's pre-college program Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) won the prestigious NAMEPA Pre-College/Community Award for 2005.

Kettering's pre-college program Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) won the prestigious NAMEPA Pre-College/Community Award for 2005.

The science of softball

Apr 20, 2005

Dr. Dan Russell applies the principles of physics to softball bats to help manufacturers produce high performance bats within USSSA and ASA guidelines. He has also developed a quick test to identify a good bat.

Dr. Dan Russell applies the principles of physics to softball bats to help manufacturers produce high performance bats within USSSA and ASA guidelines. He has also developed a quick test to identify a good bat.

Friday, April 1, 2005