June 2023: What’s New with NEON?

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05/24/23
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STEM Education

Battelle’s Busy Spring Filled with Awards, Events and Philanthropy

It’s been a busy Spring at Battelle. As we approach summer, it’s worth noting some of the marquis news events that have happened.
05/18/23
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Research Management and Operations

Operating Large Research Infrastructure Requires a Wide Variety of Skilled Professionals

Battelle Solver, Verna Wagner shows us that managing and operating complex research programs doesn't stop at the scientists, engineers and researchers at the core of the mission of advancing science.
05/15/23
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Solvers

Battelle’s Isabel Boona Teaches Us All About the Bright Side of Life

Battelle Computer Engineer Isabel Boona is an ambassador for the American Cancer Society for good reason. Learn how life has taught her so many tough lessons and how she perseveres through adversity.
05/12/23
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Solvers

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at Battelle

To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we are highlighting the profiles of Battelle employees who share their thoughts on their heritage, culture and work.
05/11/23
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Solvers

Battelle Employment Kid Tested, Mother Approved

Moms play many roles in the lives of their children, including teacher, cheerleader and confidant. For a few Battelle employees, their moms have another role—colleague.
05/08/23
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Climate Resilience

Battelle ICR23 Conference Highlights Climate Resilience Strategy and Leadership

Battelle’s second Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference drew nearly 300 participants who shared breakthroughs and solution-focused action plans to mitigate the effects of climate change.
05/01/23
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Research Management and Operations

May 2023 What’s New with NEON?

This month, we are spotlighting how NASA researchers are utilizing NEON, scientists that are using NEON to study soil, and how NEON data helps reveal ground beetles’ response to climate change.
04/27/23
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Solvers

What Inspires a Battelle Solver to Pursue a Career in STEM?

Battelle scientists and engineers share their inspiration to pursue a career in STEM.
04/20/23
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Solvers

Celebrating Arab American Heritage Month at Battelle

April is National Arab American Heritage Month, recognizing the achievements of Arab Americans and celebrating the community’s rich, diverse heritages and contributions to society.
04/03/23
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Research Management and Operations

April 2023 What’s New with NEON?

This month, we are spotlighting how researchers are utilizing NEON to conduct space-based forest observation, investigate the effects of climate on soil, and explore the impact of the Hantavirus.
03/31/23
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Research Management and Operations

Polar Work, NEON Experience Leads Battelle’s Nick Romano to a Fulfilling Career

Learn more about Battelle Program Manager Nick Romano's journey to managing the NSF’s Arctic Research Support and Logistics Services and NEON.
03/29/23
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Public Health

Genomic Sequencing for Wastewater-Based Epidemiology

Wastewater pathogen tracking is a valuable new approach that complements and enhances traditional pathogen surveillance and can feed new data into disease forecasting and predictive modeling.
03/27/23
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STEM Education

Battelle Reaching Students Across the U.S. Through Regional Community STEM Grants

Learn more about some of the some of the regional organizations that have received funding through Battelle's Regional Community STEM Grant Program this year.
03/24/23
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Agriculture

An Interview with Battelle Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Melinda Sych

Learn about Battelle Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Melinda Sych's journey to becoming a leader in her field and the valuable lessons she has learned along the way.
03/22/23
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Medical Devices

Accelerate Technical Due Diligence with A Third-Party Ally

Let’s face it, one of the biggest challenges organizations face is deciding where to place their investments for the greatest return. Here's how to handle the tradeoff between cost, quality, and time.
03/20/23
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Medical Devices

4 Most Common Reasons for Medical Device Material Failures

Did you know that materials-related issues are responsible for 36% of medical device failures? Learn the top 4 reasons that cause medical device material failures, and how to prevent them.
03/16/23
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Cyber

Spotlighting Battelle’s Women in Cybersecurity

Only about 25% of cybersecurity roles are occupied by women. Battelle recognizes the value women bring to the cyber workforce and actively supports and encourages women to pursue cyber careers.
03/14/23
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Research Management and Operations

Battelle Research Scientist Eric Sokol Studies Antarctica in Cross-Disciplinary Fashion

Battelle Senior Ecologist Eric Sokol works with the McMurdo Dry Valleys Long Term Ecological Research (MCM LTER) Project to gather and produce ecological data and generate interpretations.
03/10/23
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Research Management and Operations

March 2023 What’s New with NEON?

This month, we are spotlighting how NEON is helping to test accuracy in atmospheric water transport studies, support bird conservation planning, and measure biodiversity with remote sensing.