Tribology for EOLSS

By Website Administrator | May 24, 2011

Kettering Professor Ilya Kudish will lend his expertise in Tribology to UNESCO's Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems.

Kettering Professor Ilya Kudish will lend his expertise in Tribology to UNESCO's Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems.

Oswald International Fellowships

By Website Administrator | May 17, 2011

An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.

An alumni-endowed fellowship will send Kettering faculty to Sweden and Germany this year for teaching and research opportunities.

Haptics - feeling in the virtual world

By Website Administrator | Jul 5, 2011

Kettering's Dr. Mehrdad Zadeh is engineering real world technology solutions through haptics research in the virtual world.

Kettering's Dr. Mehrdad Zadeh is engineering real world technology solutions through haptics research in the virtual world.

Power electronics get new home at Kettering

By Website Administrator | Sep 19, 2011

Kettering's newest lab, the Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL), is devoted solely to power electronics work.

Kettering's newest lab, the Advanced Power Electronics Lab (APEL), is devoted solely to power electronics work.

Nano-medicine

By Website Administrator | Oct 18, 2011

Mimicking the human body's own healing method - heat - researchers at Kettering and Wayne State universities are using nanotechnology to treat cancer.

Mimicking the human body's own healing method - heat - researchers at Kettering and Wayne State universities are using nanotechnology to treat cancer.

Electric sports boats coming soon!

By Website Administrator | Oct 21, 2011

Alex Smith '09, helped develop the world's first all electric power boat and now he's tackling an electric powertrain for an electric motorcycle.

Alex Smith '09, helped develop the world's first all electric power boat and now he's tackling an electric powertrain for an electric motorcycle.

Students advise Probate Court

By Website Administrator | Nov 10, 2011

Industrial Engineering students helped a local Probate Court "do more with less" in an effort to streamline operations.

Industrial Engineering students helped a local Probate Court "do more with less" in an effort to streamline operations.

"Audio Tourister"

Dec 5, 2011

Combining creativity and engineering, students in Doug Melton's Senior Design class re-purposed old luggage into new, hip audio systems that are as chic as they are portable.

Combining creativity and engineering, students in Doug Melton's Senior Design class re-purposed old luggage into new, hip audio systems that are as chic as they are portable.

Risk Management

By Website Administrator | Oct 27, 2011

Kettering students use Industrial Engineering principles to help prevent patient falls at local healthcare facilities

Kettering students use Industrial Engineering principles to help prevent patient falls at local healthcare facilities

Front to back crash testing

By Website Administrator | Oct 27, 2011

Researchers at Kettering University are researching ways to improve safety features for backseat passengers during front end collisions.

Researchers at Kettering University are researching ways to improve safety features for backseat passengers during front end collisions.

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