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.

Spring OSAPS at Kettering in 2010

By Website Administrator | Mar 18, 2010

The Kettering University Department of Physics will host the Spring 2010 Meeting of the Ohio Region Section of The American Physical Society (OSAPS)April 30-May 1, 2010.

The Kettering University Department of Physics will host the Spring 2010 Meeting of the Ohio Region Section of The American Physical Society (OSAPS)April 30-May 1, 2010.

Recognition for Physics Dept.

By Website Administrator | May 20, 2010

Dr. Bahram Roughani, department head of Physics at Kettering, is among the handful of physics leaders around the country that have been invited in June to a special national summit by the American Institute of Physics.

Dr. Bahram Roughani, department head of Physics at Kettering, is among the handful of physics leaders around the country that have been invited in June to a special national summit by the American Institute of Physics.

Alums create legacy for Kettering Physics

By Website Administrator | Jul 30, 2010

Graduates of Kettering University's Physics Dept. like Scott Porter and Simon Murphy leave an indelible legacy as they make significant strides with industry and educational opportunities.

Graduates of Kettering University's Physics Dept. like Scott Porter and Simon Murphy leave an indelible legacy as they make significant strides with industry and educational opportunities.

Kettering prof has something to YAHOO about!

By Website Administrator | Sep 28, 2001

Visualizing has become the hot new trend in goal setting, spiritual questing and successful entrepreneurial enterprises -- but physics?

Visualizing has become the hot new trend in goal setting, spiritual questing and successful entrepreneurial enterprises -- but physics?

Research reveals nano particle potential

By Website Administrator | Mar 7, 2003

A new understanding of the structure of nano particles proves the old adage that "good things come in small packages."

A new understanding of the structure of nano particles proves the old adage that "good things come in small packages."

The physics of the elusive "sweet spot" unraveled

By Website Administrator | Apr 25, 2003

Just what makes the "sweet spot" sweet is the focus of Dr. Dan Russell's seminal research into the physics of composite baseball and softball bats.

Just what makes the "sweet spot" sweet is the focus of Dr. Dan Russell's seminal research into the physics of composite baseball and softball bats.

Putting it simply: a new way to make nanotubes is found

By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2003

A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.

A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.

Faculty recognized for excellence

By Website Administrator | Jul 8, 2004

Four Kettering faculty were recognized for scholarly and teaching achievement by students and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.

Four Kettering faculty were recognized for scholarly and teaching achievement by students and the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.

Play ball!

By Website Administrator | Oct 21, 2004

Physics Professor Dan Russell recently helped bat manufacturers understand the science behind new guidelines established by the softball and baseball amateur governing bodies through a two-day course at Washington State University.

Physics Professor Dan Russell recently helped bat manufacturers understand the science behind new guidelines established by the softball and baseball amateur governing bodies through a two-day course at Washington State University.

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