Department News

  • 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.
  • New fuel and old cars

    By Website Administrator | Jan 4, 2011

    Two Kettering professors continue their research into the effects of ethanol-blended gasoline on older-model cars.

    Two Kettering professors continue their research into the effects of ethanol-blended gasoline on older-model cars.
  • The answers are in the sediment

    By Website Administrator | Jan 7, 2003

    Like Livingston searching for the source of the Nile, Dr. Brent Lewis, associate professor of Environmental Chemistry at Kettering University, is searching for the source of pollution in the Swartz Creek Watershed, and subsequently the Flint River Watershed.

    Like Livingston searching for the source of the Nile, Dr. Brent Lewis, associate professor of Environmental Chemistry at Kettering University, is searching for the source of pollution in the Swartz Creek Watershed, and subsequently the Flint River Watershed.
  • Effective new therapy for arthritis

    By Website Administrator | Jun 3, 2004

    Kettering researchers have teamed up with Family Orthopedic Associates to study how long a new arthritis therapy can postpone surgery.

    Kettering researchers have teamed up with Family Orthopedic Associates to study how long a new arthritis therapy can postpone surgery.
  • The science of clicks and pops

    By Website Administrator | Jul 22, 2005

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.
  • 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.
  • Chemical Agent Fate project receives boost

    By Website Administrator | May 7, 2008

    Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.

    Pending legislation could provide more funding for Kettering's research into chemical dispersion.
  • New vehicle durability test lab

    By Website Administrator | Jan 5, 2011

    Kettering has added a vehicle durability and integration lab to its stable of research facilities on campus. This lab can really SHAKE things up!

    Kettering has added a vehicle durability and integration lab to its stable of research facilities on campus. This lab can really SHAKE things up!
  • 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."
  • All systems secure

    By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

    Kettering researcher develops a new communications architecture and protocol for safety critical systems in automotive applications that will make driving more safe and less costly for car companies.

    Kettering researcher develops a new communications architecture and protocol for safety critical systems in automotive applications that will make driving more safe and less costly for car companies.