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Solvers
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The Science of Curling

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 8, 2018

At Battelle, we take science seriously. But we also take our hobbies just as seriously. That’s how Mechanical Engineer Rick Olson feels about curling.

Advanced Materials
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Don’t Let the Battery be the Boss

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 1, 2018

Many of the items we use every day are shaped the way they are because of the batteries used to power them. What if that were to change?

History
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A Window to the Past

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 26, 2018

Recently, Battelle retiree William Weider visited the Columbus campus us to drop off some photography that he took beginning in the late 1950s.

STEM Education
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Students Transform Lunchroom to Arcade

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 24, 2018

Eighth-graders at one school get to enjoy a much more lively lunch period this winter thanks to a project that allowed them to create large games.

Cybersecurity
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Hardware vs. Software Vulnerabilities

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 18, 2018

The Intel chip vulnerability that has made recent headlines is a problem that will likely have lasting implications.

Transportation
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Four Components to a Smart City

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 8, 2018

A “smart city” is more than roads communicating with vehicles to help reduce congestion. It’s much, much more.

Public Health
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Real-World Studies for Real-World Results

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 6, 2017

Historically, the research community has looked at questions around use of one substance at a time, but that’s not how it happens in the real world.

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