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Virtual Reality: An Engineer’s Best Friend

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 27, 2017

There are limitations to what CAD software can show, but using virtual reality at the beginning of the design process can be a gamechanger.

Toxicology & Pharmacology
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8 Key Traits of a Neurobehavioral Testing Organization

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 24, 2017

Check out our helpful guidance about the traits developers should consider when enlisting an organization to conduct neurobehavioral testing.

High-Energy Work
Paul Shawcross

Paul Shawcross: An Explosive Career

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 20, 2017

Have you daydreamed during a difficult day at work about blowing up or smashing something to bits? Paul Shawcross gets to live that dream every day.

Pipeline Integrity
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The Real Impact of Dings, Dents & Cracks

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 18, 2017

There are thousands upon thousands of miles of oil and gas pipelines across the U.S. It is impractical to inspect all of them on a regular basis.

Advanced Robotics
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The Future of Autonomous Robots

Posted by Battelle Staff on Apr 17, 2017

Yesterday’s sci-fi is becoming today’s reality. But there’s a reason you don’t yet have a robot frying up your bacon and eggs in the morning

Human Centric Design
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5 Ways to Avoid Device Development Disasters

Posted by Chris McKenzie on Mar 28, 2017

New developments in drug delivery are creating opportunities for device developers. But the rush to market can make it easy to make missteps.

STEM Grants
Andre Williams standing in the Teen Open Studio

Columbus Student Returns the Favor at Teen Studio

Posted by Sam Bodary on Mar 20, 2017

Andre Williams found stability in creativity (think recording studio and fashion design) through Columbus Museum of Art's Teen Open Studio.

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