Showcasing Battelle Corporate Interns

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09/18/23
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Solvers

Battelle has a Rich History of Improving Golf

Battelle’s nearly 100-year history of research has yielded many notable successes, but did you know that scientists and engineers and Battelle have had a significant impact on the game of golf?
09/14/23
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STEM Education

Battelle Regional STEM Grant Funds Winter Climate Program for Students in Maine

Battelle funds For Waynflete School science teacher Stephanie Dolan's winter climate STEM program in Maine.
09/12/23
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Research Management and Operations

September 2023 What’s New with NEON?

We are spotlighting how NEON plays a role in verifying leaf area index, the abundance of liquid water in soils in Antarctica, and links between cumulative lignin and bulk litter decomposition.
09/11/23
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Energy

6 Pathways to Decarbonization for the Power Sector

If new emission standards proposed by the EPA are adopted, CCS can be expected to play a large role in helping the power sector meet the 2035 targets.
09/08/23
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Solvers

An Interview With Battelle’s VP of DEI, Storm Woods: Why Battelle Should Be Your Next Career Move

As shared in a recent interview with Clearedjobs.net, this blog dives into why Battelle was the right career move for Storm, and possibly for you too. Cleared professionals? You’ll want to read on.
09/07/23
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Agriculture

Reducing Costs, Risk and Uncertainty: The Advantages of Task Force Management

A task force is a group of companies that have come together to jointly support an active substance through the reassessment of its current approval by the regulatory authorities.
09/05/23
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STEM Education

A New Chapter for Metro Schools

Metro Early College Middle School and High School, created by Battelle and The Ohio State University, formally announced that construction has begun on the school’s new campus.
08/28/23
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Energy

CCS is Viable, Safe and Ready for Today

There has been a significant recent rise in criticism challenging CCS as a “proven technology”. However, the question has never been, “Is carbon capture viable?" but is it safe and ready for today.
08/23/23
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August 2023 What’s New with NEON?

Learn how NEON plays a role in the first aerosol study in the U.S., provides insights into links between weather and West Nile Virus, and how NEON resources are used for studying global biodiversity.
08/21/23
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Medical Devices

Delivering the Promise of Gene Therapy

Gene therapy has come a long way in the last ten years. In the next decade, achieving efficiencies in its delivery will unlock its full potential.
08/15/23
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Energy

What Do Proposed New EPA Rules Mean for the Power Sector?

If new emission standards proposed by the EPA are adopted, CCS can be expected to play a large role in helping the power sector meet the 2035 targets.
08/02/23
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Research Management and Operations

Careers at Battelle Can Lead to Unexpected Places—Like the Arctic

Learn how Battelle's Brian Hawkins and Brittany Hines became the Program Manager and Associate Program Manager supporting Battelle’s Arctic Research Support and Logistics Services Program.
07/27/23
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Life Sciences Research, Medical Devices

New Approach Methods: The Future of Biomedical Research

New approaches in toxicology testing are shaping the future of health by enabling accurate, reliable, and cost-effective research.
07/12/23
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Research Management and Operations

July 2023 What’s New with NEON?

This month, we are spotlighting how NEON's role in validating NASA technology, inspiring phenocam research developments, and studying the impact climate change has on our fungi communities.
06/28/23
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Solvers

Battelle Celebrates Pride Month: Solver Profiles

At Battelle, we believe that teamwork, diversity, and authenticity are key to achieving success. To celebrate pride month, meet five of our staff members who represent these values of excellence.
06/21/23
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CBRNE Defense

Battelle Working on Self-Repairing Concrete for DARPA

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced that Battelle is among the participants in a four year program designed to prevent the early deterioration of concrete in structures.
06/19/23
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Life Sciences Research

High-Throughput Platform Propels Gene Editing Therapy Research

Gene editing therapies are transforming the way complex genetic disorders are treated. The fast-growing field involves correcting or replacing defective genes to treat disease.
06/12/23
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STEM Education

Increasing Opportunity and Diversity in STEM

Learn how Battelle supports STEM programs like Metro Schools in Columbus, Ohio and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network to create more opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds .
06/08/23
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Research Management and Operations

Battelle’s Arctic Deputy Program Manager Tom Hutchings has had a Polar Career

Read about Battelle's Tom Hutchings nearly 30 year career supporting polar programs that lead to him becoming the Deputy Program Manager for the Arctic Research Support and Logistics Services program.