What’s Happening in the World of Detergents? Battelle Knows.

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07/17/24
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PFAS and Emerging Chemicals

Phasing Out “Forever Chemicals”: Finding Alternatives for PFAS

PFAS are found in many industrial and consumer products, from firefighting foams to cosmetics to outdoor clothing. Here's how we're at the forefront of PFAS response, with solutions for PFAS risk mitigation and management, treatment and replacement.
07/15/24
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Medical Devices

Overcoming Wet Injection Challenges with Human-Centric Design

Although often overlooked, wet injections are a common usability issue in medical devices. Get the details on wet injections, and how we're using human-centric design to solve for them.
07/09/24
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Medical Devices

Stopping Brain Injury Before It Starts

Battelle received a five-year, $22 million contract through Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Cornerstone program to create a preventative medical intervention to stop traumatic brain injury.
06/28/24
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Research Management and Operations

Latest Innovations with NEON: Impact of Climate Change on Tree Migration, Plant Diversity and Grazing Lands, and Capturing Plant Traits from Space

This month we are highlighting research leveraging NEON data to study climate change’s effects on the interrelation between fungi and forests, the impact of plant diversity management and intensification methods on grazing lands, and how using satellite data can inform us about plant traits.
06/18/24
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Research Management and Operations

Battelle's Steve Dunbar: From Mountaineering to Managing Antarctic Operations

Learn about Steve Dunbar's journey from mountaineer in Antarctica to Program Manager at Battelle.
06/11/24
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Research Management and Operations

Latest Innovations with NEON: Woods to Water Project, Fire Activity in Western U.S. Forests and NEON Field Protocols

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Month, we are highlighting three examples of how NEON data are being used either in the classroom itself, or by ecological educators to drive the future of research in the field.
05/30/24
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Medical Devices

Tackling the Challenge of Mass Casualty Triage with Technology

Mass casualty incidents can occur anytime and anywhere, making it difficult for first responders to provide immediate assistance. Learn how we're using autonomous sensing and data fusion to solve for effective mass casualty triage.
05/28/24
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Medical Devices

A Custom Pill for Every Patient: Transforming Personalized Medicine with 3D Printing

For patients that require multiple medications, adhering to complicated dosage schedules can be difficult. But what if multiple medications could be combined in one specialized pill?
05/24/24
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Cyber

Delivering tomorrow’s solutions, today. Advancing technology for our warfighters and the future of RF.

In a recent AOC podcast, Technical Director, Doug Thornton, discussed the importance of technology advancements and how research and development play a key role in creating opportunities for mission impact.
05/22/24
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Research Management and Operations

Candace Major’s Impressive Career in Earth and Environmental Sciences Continues at Battelle

Candace Major has worked at some of the most impressive scientific organizations on the planet. Now, her lifelong desire to address real-world problems and societal needs while simultaneously advancing fundamental scientific knowledge has brought her to Battelle.
05/20/24
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Agriculture

10 Things to Know About the New Water Treatment Guidance Document

This FAQ provides an overview of the new EFSA Journal guidance document on the impact of water treatment processes on residues of active substances or their metabolites in water abstracted to produce drinking water.
05/15/24
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Climate Resilience

Battelle’s Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference Hosts Experts to Scale Solutions for Change

What happens when leaders and experts congregate in Washington, DC, to discuss plans and actions for addressing climate change? Battelle’s third annual Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference provided answers.
05/14/24
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Agriculture

Overcoming Persistence Challenges in Environmental Fate (E-Fate) Studies

Ensuring the safety and efficacy of active ingredients is crucial for environmental and human health. A critical part of this process involves understanding the environmental fate and behavior of the active substances.
05/07/24
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Climate Resilience, Energy

Carbon Capture and Storage Risk Management from Capture to Closure

Like any large infrastructure project, risk is inherent in CCS. Learn how to successfully manage risk for each carbon storage phase, from site selection to closure.
05/03/24
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Climate Resilience, Energy

3 Essential Tactics to Reduce Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Risk

Discover the top 3 methods to proactively reduce carbon capture and storage (CCS) risk, straight from our CCS experts.
04/29/24
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Medical Devices

Bridging Human Expertise and AI: The Future Is Here

The possibilities continue to expand for the future of human-AI teaming. Here's what Battelle Technical Fellow Justin Sanchez had to say about what's next for healthcare and AI.
04/25/24
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Research Management and Operations

Latest Innovations with NEON: Ecosystem Impact on Ground invertebrates, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory Project and Ecological Forest Management

This month, we are spotlighting Michael Kaspari and his team's work assessing invertebrate size based on ecological factors, the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory's funding award to leverage NEON data to link forest health to hydrology and fire, and how NEON data are helping advance the field of ecological forestry.
04/22/24
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Medical Devices

The Role of Systems Engineering in the Development of Innovative Technologies

When it comes to innovation, project teams encounter a host of unique challenges and unknowns. In these scenarios, a systems engineer's unique skills are vital to bring pioneering technologies to life.
04/11/24
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Climate Resilience, Energy

Understanding and Mitigating Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Risk

A methodical and proactive approach to CCS risk management can help implementers minimize potential risks and maximize the odds of a successful long-term outcome.