Department News

  • Unabridged connections

    By Website Administrator | Apr 6, 2007

    The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.

    The Chemical Agent Fate Research project conducted by Professor Homayun Navaz takes a deeper look at the interaction of combined chemical elements and how they are diffused into our environment.
  • Engineering healing

    By Website Administrator | Jan 9, 2009

    With research funded by the federal government, a Kettering professor is working with orthopedic surgeons to improve healing of serious lower leg injuries for soldiers and civilians alike.

    With research funded by the federal government, a Kettering professor is working with orthopedic surgeons to improve healing of serious lower leg injuries for soldiers and civilians alike.
  • Kettering professor involved in cutting-edge polymer technology

    By Website Administrator | Aug 31, 2001

    Like most inventors, Dr. Lars Beholz has used every available resource including the kitchen stove.

    Like most inventors, Dr. Lars Beholz has used every available resource including the kitchen stove.
  • Kettering grad first student to earn Ph.D. in fuel cells

    By Website Administrator | Sep 26, 2003

    Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.

    Timothy C. Simmons Jr., a student who earned a master's degree with a concentration in fuel cells from Kettering in 1998, successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in August at the University of Florida, Gainesville.
  • Seeing red, or green - chemistry of color vision

    By Website Administrator | Nov 12, 2004

    Dr. Ali Zand is researching the chemistry underlying our ability to perceive colors and its implications on color blindness.

    Dr. Ali Zand is researching the chemistry underlying our ability to perceive colors and its implications on color blindness.
  • The matrix - chilled

    By Website Administrator | Mar 17, 2006

    A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.

    A Kettering researcher is developing a matrix to make commercial refrigeration units more energy efficient.
  • Equal warfare

    By Website Administrator | Apr 27, 2007

    Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.

    Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.
  • 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.