Department News

  • 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.
  • Unraveling cancer

    By Website Administrator | Oct 26, 2001

    Kettering chemist purifies protein in fight to understand colon cancer

    Kettering chemist purifies protein in fight to understand colon cancer
  • Putting it simply: a new way to make nanotubes is found

    By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2003

    A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.

    A lot of scientific discovery can be attributed to serendipity. A recent happy accident occurred on a nano-sized scale when researchers at Kettering University discovered a different method for producing nanotubes.
  • Khat and the Ethiopian reality

    By Website Administrator | Nov 19, 2004

    Dr. Ezekiel Gebissa and colleagues in Ethiopia hope to create a national research center to study the impact, history and economics of khat, a psychoactive shrub, as a cash crop for the country.

    Dr. Ezekiel Gebissa and colleagues in Ethiopia hope to create a national research center to study the impact, history and economics of khat, a psychoactive shrub, as a cash crop for the country.
  • Improving hip replacements

    By Website Administrator | Mar 24, 2006

    Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

    Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.
  • Early responses to international terrorism

    By Website Administrator | Jun 1, 2007

    Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.

    Initial attempts to develop effective responses to incidents of international, state-sponsored terrorism date back to the assassination of King Alexander 1 of Yugoslavia. Dr. Michael Callahan feels understanding how nations responded to international terrorism in the 1930s could help countries better understand how to deal with it today.
  • 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.
  • 100-year old statistics problem solved - beautifully

    By Website Administrator | Feb 5, 2002

    Brian McCartin, professor of Applied Mathematics at Kettering, has solved a 100-year old problem of linear regression, and his mathematics are "pretty."

    Brian McCartin, professor of Applied Mathematics at Kettering, has solved a 100-year old problem of linear regression, and his mathematics are "pretty."
  • Heavy breathing for science

    By Website Administrator | Nov 24, 2003

    There was a lot of heavy breathing going on at Kettering Nov. 19 and 21, as part of a clinical trial to determine if bio-markers in human breath can be used to diagnose osteo-arthritis.

    There was a lot of heavy breathing going on at Kettering Nov. 19 and 21, as part of a clinical trial to determine if bio-markers in human breath can be used to diagnose osteo-arthritis.
  • Hedging your bets

    By Website Administrator | Dec 10, 2004

    Kettering professor examines determinants associated with the enormous growth in recent years of foreign direct investments (FDI).

    Kettering professor examines determinants associated with the enormous growth in recent years of foreign direct investments (FDI).