Department News

  • 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.
  • Equipment allows study of artificial hip replacement components

    By Website Administrator | Sep 5, 2003

    Kettering researcher Trevor Harding isn't afraid of taking a hip check.

    Kettering researcher Trevor Harding isn't afraid of taking a hip check.
  • Chemical warfare on cancer

    By Website Administrator | Oct 7, 2004

    Working at the most basic molecular level, Kettering researchers use chemistry to explore new ways to fight cancer.

    Working at the most basic molecular level, Kettering researchers use chemistry to explore new ways to fight cancer.
  • Fuel saving gadgets

    By Website Administrator | Feb 24, 2006

    A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.

    A Kettering professor has his students test the mettle of some products claiming to improve fuel economy by putting the pedal to the metal.
  • Improving internet information retrieval

    By Website Administrator | Mar 23, 2007

    Kettering Computer Science Lecturer Rajeev Agrawal works with colleagues from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Wayne State University to refine internet searches that get it right the first time.

    Kettering Computer Science Lecturer Rajeev Agrawal works with colleagues from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Wayne State University to refine internet searches that get it right the first time.
  • 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.
  • Front to back crash testing

    By Website Administrator | Oct 27, 2011

    Researchers at Kettering University are researching ways to improve safety features for backseat passengers during front end collisions.

    Researchers at Kettering University are researching ways to improve safety features for backseat passengers during front end collisions.
  • Fewer moving parts is the key to better engines

    By Website Administrator | Sep 22, 2003

    Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.

    Three recent innovations in combustion engine technology have been combined into one amazingly simple new engine design.
  • Play ball!

    By Website Administrator | Oct 21, 2004

    Physics Professor Dan Russell recently helped bat manufacturers understand the science behind new guidelines established by the softball and baseball amateur governing bodies through a two-day course at Washington State University.

    Physics Professor Dan Russell recently helped bat manufacturers understand the science behind new guidelines established by the softball and baseball amateur governing bodies through a two-day course at Washington State University.
  • Pop star crash test

    By Website Administrator | Mar 3, 2006

    Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.

    Britney Spears' very public error in judgement inspired crash safety researchers at Kettering University to take an unrestrained look at a crash event.