Digging deep into droplets

By Website Administrator | Feb 26, 2008

Kettering University's Chemical Agent Fate Research Project recently received $1 million from the defense appropriations bill and is continuing to provide critical data to military organizations.

Kettering University's Chemical Agent Fate Research Project recently received $1 million from the defense appropriations bill and is continuing to provide critical data to military organizations.

Identifying kids' range of motion

By Website Administrator | Dec 12, 2008

Current safety equipment and medical procedures for children are based on adult measurements and benchmarks. Two Kettering faculty have established child-sized measurements to improve everything from car seats to chiropractic care.

Current safety equipment and medical procedures for children are based on adult measurements and benchmarks. Two Kettering faculty have established child-sized measurements to improve everything from car seats to chiropractic care.

Engineering healing

By Website Administrator | Jan 9, 2009

With research funded by the federal government, a Kettering professor is working with orthopedic surgeons to improve healing of serious lower leg injuries for soldiers and civilians alike.

With research funded by the federal government, a Kettering professor is working with orthopedic surgeons to improve healing of serious lower leg injuries for soldiers and civilians alike.

Agent Fate exceeds expectations

By Website Administrator | Feb 20, 2009

Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.

Ongoing research at Kettering University establishes a better understanding on the reach of potential chemical contamination in a simulated environment.

Global cooling

By Website Administrator | Apr 17, 2009

Researching a way to improve the energy efficiency of refrigerated display cases in grocery stores, a Kettering University researcher found that less is more.

Researching a way to improve the energy efficiency of refrigerated display cases in grocery stores, a Kettering University researcher found that less is more.

Recovering wasted energy

By Website Administrator | May 19, 2009

Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.

Kettering University researchers are working with General Dynamics to convert the unused heat energy of their propulsion systems to useful and clean energy.

Imagining peace

By Website Administrator | May 29, 2009

Dr. Badri Rao presented his prescription for peace between India and Pakistan at the recently concluded World Civic Forum 2009 jointly organized by the United Nations and Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea, May 5-8.

Dr. Badri Rao presented his prescription for peace between India and Pakistan at the recently concluded World Civic Forum 2009 jointly organized by the United Nations and Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South Korea, May 5-8.

Lighting the way

By Website Administrator | Nov 30, 2009

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

The Final Frontier - the human brain

By Website Administrator | Sep 2, 2004

In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.

In attempting to develop a treatment for fibromyalgia, Jeff Hargrove has entered the last frontier of medicine - the human brain.

Baseball bat research

By Website Administrator | Sep 24, 2004

Dan Russell's research on the physics of baseball bats earned him an opportunity to present his work at an international conference.

Dan Russell's research on the physics of baseball bats earned him an opportunity to present his work at an international conference.

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