A terrible stereotype. No truth to it whatsoever. In fact, some women drivers have had tremendous impact on the world of motor sports. Look at Danica Patrick, or Lyn St. James' storied ... Read More
Once, the internet was called the information superhighway. But today, that superhighway is often gummed up with useless information derived from multiple sources that never quite get to what we're ... Read More
Engineering a "cure" for a potentially dangerous situation, Dr. Patrick Atkinson, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Dr. Julie Zielinski, M.D., M.S. orthopedic surgery resident at ... Read More
Almost 2,000 children under 14 die every year in traffic accidents. More than 40 percent of those children that are killed are totally unrestrained, according to the group Advocates for Highway ... Read More
When the testing is finalized and the matrix is complete, a new hydraulic hybrid technology for use in large commercial trucks could represent billions of dollars in fuel savings.
Dr. Ram S. ... Read More
On this runway, there are no bone-thin, emaciated models prancing back and forth.
No plump red lips painted onto hollowed cheeks and inexplicable pouts. In fact, on this runway, one may find it ... Read More
Kettering received an exorbitant amount of exposure and recognition during the Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association (EMCWA) 2006 conference titled "Succeeding in Times of Change ... Read More
"Mead - often called honey wine - is the world's oldest fermented beverage," according to Dr. Diana Phillips, associate professor and program director for Chemistry at Kettering University.
It's ... Read More
The question is complex: how fast do various chemicals, especially those considered dangerous to human life, absorb into household surfaces and our environment?
An answer may be close at hand.
Dr. ... Read More