Takata donation to aid bio-mechanical research

Nov 17, 2003

A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

Takata Donation to aid Bio-Medical Research

Dec 17, 2003

A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

A recent donation by Takata, a supplier of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, will help Kettering faculty and students conduct bio-mechanical research on campus.

Symbiotic relationship is beneficial to both

Jan 12, 2004

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

Large corporations regularly invest in their own future. Takata, supplier of a broad range of passenger and driver safety systems and devices, recently increased its investment in Kettering University's and its own future with multiple donations to the school, including financial support and equipment.

$1.8 million jumpstarts fuel cell research

Jan 28, 2004

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

$1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

Takata invests in Kettering

Feb 10, 2004

The worldwide auto safety systems supplier invests in its own future by investing in Kettering today. A symbiotic relationship has developed between the corporation and Kettering facilitating cutting edge research.

The worldwide auto safety systems supplier invests in its own future by investing in Kettering today. A symbiotic relationship has developed between the corporation and Kettering facilitating cutting edge research.

New endowment fund buys bones

Mar 26, 2004

Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.

Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.

Delphi donation supports research

May 13, 2004

A $100,000 donation from Delphi will help fund fuel cell systems and powertrain integration research at Kettering.

A $100,000 donation from Delphi will help fund fuel cell systems and powertrain integration research at Kettering.

Dummy gets into Kettering

Jun 10, 2004

The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.

The latest member of the Crash Test Safety Lab team at Kettering arrived Wednesday, June 9. His name is SpartaKUs, and he will be a key player in crash test safety research at the university.

$1 million for international exchange

May 16, 2005

A gift from Bob '64 and Marcy Oswald will support international study and research for students and faculty.

A gift from Bob '64 and Marcy Oswald will support international study and research for students and faculty.

Improving engine emissions

May 16, 2005

Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.

Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.

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