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.

The alchemy of mead

By Website Administrator | Nov 3, 2006

Dr. Diana Phillips is using Chemistry to unravel the mysteries of mead.

Dr. Diana Phillips is using Chemistry to unravel the mysteries of mead.

Kettering leaves its mark

By Website Administrator | Nov 9, 2006

Kettering University students and faculty leave favorable impressions at the 2006 Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association (EMCWA) annual conference through presentations of research involving fuel cell technologies and other industry-related studies.

Kettering University students and faculty leave favorable impressions at the 2006 Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association (EMCWA) annual conference through presentations of research involving fuel cell technologies and other industry-related studies.

Hydraulic hybrid engines

By Website Administrator | Dec 1, 2006

Hydraulic hybrid engines may be on the road and saving millions in the near future. A Kettering professor is helping with the EPA research to make it happen.

Hydraulic hybrid engines may be on the road and saving millions in the near future. A Kettering professor is helping with the EPA research to make it happen.

Car Seat Campaign

By Website Administrator | Feb 9, 2007

A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.

A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.

Improving internet information retrieval

By Website Administrator | Mar 23, 2007

Kettering Computer Science Lecturer Rajeev Agrawal works with colleagues from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Wayne State University to refine internet searches that get it right the first time.

Kettering Computer Science Lecturer Rajeev Agrawal works with colleagues from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Wayne State University to refine internet searches that get it right the first time.

Early responses to international terrorism

By Website Administrator | Jun 1, 2007

Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.

Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.

The greening of diesel

By Website Administrator | Aug 3, 2007

Smashing mat material and injecting urea into exhaust are two ways Kettering researchers are trying to improve the performance of diesel engine exhaust systems.

Smashing mat material and injecting urea into exhaust are two ways Kettering researchers are trying to improve the performance of diesel engine exhaust systems.

Research project supports Flint economy

By Website Administrator | Aug 24, 2007

An original research contract with a federal contracting corporation and Kettering University helps bring a little economic enhancement to the Flint community.

An original research contract with a federal contracting corporation and Kettering University helps bring a little economic enhancement to the Flint community.

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.

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