Why Ethanol Producers Should Look at CCS Now

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01/07/21
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Solvers

A History of the REALM Project

The Institute of Museum and Libraries Services (IMLS) partnered with Battelle and the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) to launch the REALM project.
01/04/21
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January 2021: What’s New With NEON?

This month, we highlight innovative research and collaborations from the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) that continue to improve our knowledge of the natural world.
12/16/20
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NEON Spotlight: The Best of 2020

Learn about NEON's top accomplishments and best progressions in research, regarding ecology and the environment, for the year of 2020
12/14/20
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Solvers

2020: A Year Unlike Any Other

At Battelle, we answered these challenging times of 2020 with science, dedication and philanthropy. Learn about Battelle's top accomplishments in 2020.
12/10/20
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December 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Learn about NEON's work in the month of December, researching and gathering data to advance our understanding of earth science, space science, and STEM education.
12/07/20
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STEM Education

Rising to Meet the Challenge of our Mission

This is an overview of Battelle's efforts to support the community through 2020 and Covid-19 pandemic, by raising funds and offering philanthropic assistance to organizations in need.
12/04/20
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Soil Moisture Validation Project Highlights Synergies Between Battelle, NASA Programs

Overview of Battelle's collaboration with NASA, and their use of SMAP technology to gather data on soil moisture levels, connecting Earth and Space.
12/03/20
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Ethanol Producers Can Claim Tax Credit for Capturing Emissions

Carbon capture, utilization and storage is a promising approach to reducing carbon emissions. Learn how tax credits make it financially feasible.
11/23/20
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Medical Devices

Innovating Inside the Box: Adapting a Platform Drug Delivery Device

We’re always told to “think outside the box.” But when it comes to drug delivery devices, sometimes the real challenge is innovating inside the box.
11/19/20
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A Revolutionary Rehabilitation Technology for Acquired Brain Injury

Our Activity Assistant™ technology could help people recovering from ABI with a new approach to assessing, monitoring and treating impairment.
11/17/20
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STEM Education

Battelle Teams with Penn State Professor on Sounding Rocket STEM Program for Minority Students

Battelle is partnering with Professor Randall McEntaffer at Pennsylvania State University to support a new program called Rockets for Inclusive Science Education (RISE).
11/11/20
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Solvers

Honoring a Legacy on Veterans Day

Veterans Day is the special time each year that we honor the service people who put everything on the line to preserve our freedom.
11/06/20
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Come Fly Away on Our Beautiful (Stratospheric) Balloon

A 79-foot tall stratospheric balloon carrying a 36-pound payload was launched and rose more than 121,000 feet into the stratosphere to test a novel satellite antenna design in near-space conditions.
11/02/20
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November 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Learn how NEON is helping scientists develop future water quality forecasts, predict carbon storage in soils from various ecosystems, and determine the origin of wildfires threats in the U.S.
10/29/20
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Medical Devices

NeuroLife® Sleeve Holds Promise of Improved Sports Performance

Learn how the continued development of neurotechnology by Battelle has lead to new research on how the Battelle NeuroLife Sleeve can be used to enhance sports performance.
10/27/20
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Listening to the Environment with Distributed Acoustic Sensing

What can you learn about the environment by listening? Our ears are limited, but a method called distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) lets us detect ground vibrations not perceivable by human senses.
10/01/20
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October 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Learn how NEON data aided in the establishment of a new research institute and was featured at a top water sustainability research conference.
09/21/20
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Battelle Responding to and Preventing Pandemics

The COVID-19 pandemic made us acutely aware of how devastating a biologically driven event (in this case a virus) can be. We have seen how important it is to have the right tools in place.
09/01/20
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September 2020: What’s New With NEON?

This month, see how NEON data is playing a role in predictive forecasting methods, phenological data and studying microfauna across the continent.