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Horsepower to Hyperloops

Welcome to Horsepower to Hyperloops, ϲʹ’s official podcast, where the Kettering community from around the globe connects and shares groundbreaking ideas, noteworthy advancements and the latest developments in mobility, technology, medicine and many other fields.

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Horsepower to Hyperloops can be found on Apple Podcasts, iHeart, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Podcasts. Or listen to episodes listed below.

Recent Episodes

Sheri Hickok

The Engineer Who is Saving the World

Sheri Hickock '99, CEO of Climate Impact Partners (CIP) in London, is heading up CIP’s efforts to partner with international corporations, governments, non-profits and local organizations on hundreds of sometimes huge projects around the world. These projects are designed to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere by billions of tonnes.

Ash_Chopra

The Finance Engineer: Ash Chopra's Extraordinary Journey

An inspiring story of self-belief, adaptability, an engineer’s ability to solve problems and an unbelievable work ethic spanning two continents reveals a young man's rise from modest circumstances to success in two industries: automotive and wealth management.

Heartbeat

The HeartPartner™: Tending to Your Second Heart

The often-overlooked soleus muscle in the calf has been called the “second heart” because it is the muscle that sends blood back up to the heart. System engineer and entrepreneur Dr. Ken McLeod ('77, Electrical Engineering) discusses his invention, the HeartPartner™, which is designed to assist the soleus muscle in its work and hence significantly increase the health of the user.

All Episodes

In the Mix

In the Mix is a series where Kettering newsmakers and innovators discuss timely topics such as world hunger solutions, robotics and transportation.

The 48504

In the48504, listen to what's happening in and around campus in the 48504 zip code.

The President's Sketchpad

In the President’s Sketchpad, you can hear President Dr. Robert K. McMahan share insight and ideas relevant to the past, present and future of Kettering.

Bulldog Diaries

Bulldog Diaries contain short vignettes from the past 100 years of Kettering/GMI.

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