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Hundreds of early-career ecologists collect data from Alaska to Florida to fuel continental-scale research for the National Science Foundation

Battelle 'Eco Force' Will Soon Fan Across the Country to Support NEON

Posted by Katy Delaney on Mar 5, 2019

Hundreds of early-career ecologists will collect data from Alaska to Florida to fuel continental-scale research for the National Science Foundation.

Solvers
math problems on a board

The Power of a Strong Technical Partner

Posted by Vicki A. Barbur on Feb 11, 2019

Many of today’s most transformative products require deep expertise, but few companies have the internal resources to rely solely on themselves.

Health
The participants in Battelle's NeuroLife AMA event on Reddit

Our Work in Neurotechnology: You Asked; We Answered

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 30, 2019

We recently hosted an I Am A … Ask Me Anything session on Reddit about our NeuroLife® technology and received more than 250 questions.

Ecology
aerial view from NEON AOP

Understanding Earth’s Ecology from Above

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 28, 2019

The NEON Airborne Observation Platform is an array of instruments installed into a light aircraft to collect high resolution remote sensing data.

Ecology
Battelle employees work to study ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest as part of the NEON project

Collaboration Key to Understanding Pacific Northwest Ecosystem

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 21, 2019

Two teams of ecologists met up to study the threatened steelhead trout species and map the overall health of a Washington state aquatic system.

Solvers
A graphic of a lightbulb over a paper schematic

How do You Solve an Insurmountable Challenge?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Nov 5, 2018

Learn about two employees who developed their ideas into potential life-changing solutions at the 2018 Battelle Innovation Gathering (BIG).

Advanced Materials
graphic rendering of carbon nanotubes

The Coming Revolution of Carbon Nanotubes

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 25, 2018

You’ve probably heard of carbon nanotubes. They’re small—think 50,000 times smaller than a human hair. And, they are amazing.

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