Department News

  • Getting kids on their feet

    By Website Administrator | Dec 2, 2005

    A Kettering professor has been instrumental in making dreams come true for hundreds of handicapped kids and their families.

    A Kettering professor has been instrumental in making dreams come true for hundreds of handicapped kids and their families.
  • Car Seat Campaign

    By Website Administrator | Feb 9, 2007

    A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.

    A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.
  • International conference features Kettering profs

    By Website Administrator | Aug 29, 2008

    Kettering researchers shared their research into proton exchange membrane and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Laboratory at a fuel cell conference in Denver.

    Kettering researchers shared their research into proton exchange membrane and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Laboratory at a fuel cell conference in Denver.
  • Improving PHEV batteries

    By Website Administrator | May 31, 2011

    Kettering's Dr. Hua Bai has two research contracts designed to solve practical problems related to Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: power factor correction and battery life.

    Kettering's Dr. Hua Bai has two research contracts designed to solve practical problems related to Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles: power factor correction and battery life.
  • Engineering better medicine - one bead at a time

    By Website Administrator | Aug 8, 2003

    Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.

    Medical doctors at McLaren Regional Medical Center and mechanical engineers at Kettering University have teamed-up to improve medical care for patients with massive soft tissue injuries to skin and muscle tissue, and persistent joint infections.
  • Multimedia man

    By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2004

    You know those music CDs and movie DVDs we all like (in part), well, you can thank Kettering University's Dr. Peter Stanchev, who does research in this field. He spent some of his summer conducting tutorials on the newest technology yet: the MPEG 7.

    You know those music CDs and movie DVDs we all like (in part), well, you can thank Kettering University's Dr. Peter Stanchev, who does research in this field. He spent some of his summer conducting tutorials on the newest technology yet: the MPEG 7.
  • Clearing the air

    By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

    A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.

    A research contract between Kettering University and a federal contracting corporation provides new details on the dispersion of chemicals, offers insight into the absorption of these elements into our environment and provides new employment opportunities for students and research professionals.
  • Full-body cast crash testing

    By Website Administrator | Feb 16, 2007

    Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.

    Children with medical conditions requiring full-body casting present parents with potentially dangerous transportation options. Researchers are working on a "cure" for the problem.
  • Contact fatigue by the numbers

    By Website Administrator | Dec 1, 2008

    Kettering's Dr. Ilya Kudish is one of 18 of the world's leading authorities on rolling contact fatigue. He and his colleagues met in Lyon, France, this year to try to mathematically unravel contact fatigue.

    Kettering's Dr. Ilya Kudish is one of 18 of the world's leading authorities on rolling contact fatigue. He and his colleagues met in Lyon, France, this year to try to mathematically unravel contact fatigue.
  • 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.