September 2022: What’s New with NEON?

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08/31/22
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Internships & Co-ops

Intern Spotlight: OSU Students Gain Real-World Experience at Battelle

In 2022 so far, Battelle has welcomed interns and co-ops from over 50 different universities. We talked with students who joined us from The Ohio State University to learn about their experiences.
08/22/22
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Climate Resilience

New Inflation Reduction Act Means Big Things for Climate Resilience

President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes landmark provisions to address climate and other issues that will have significant implications for America’s future.
08/04/22
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Climate Resilience

Bold Leaps and Action Planned for Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference in March 2023

Join the community working to address changes in our climate at our second annual Innovations in Climate Resilience.
08/03/22
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Research Management and Operations

August 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we look at scientists using NEON data to mitigate forest fires, researchers working to make NEON data more accessible, and how it will be critical in supporting a new research center.
07/28/22
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Agriculture

What the Endangered Species Act Means for the Agrochemical and Crop Protection Sector

The US EPA recently announced plans to accommodate the Endangered Species Act and Battelle's US Head of Regulatory Affairs, Phillip Cassidy, sheds light on the implications of these new regulations.
07/06/22
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Research Management and Operations

July 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we highlight how scientists are using NEON data to predict berry trends for indigenous communities in Alaska, investigate ticks and study species and occupancy-relationships.
07/01/22
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Solvers

How Do Fireworks Get Their Colors?

Battelle Principal Research Scientist Paul Shawcross drops some knowledge about the science behind how fireworks get their colors.
06/23/22
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STEM Education

Battelle Regional Community Grants Impact Wide Variety of STEM Programs

While Battelle is headquartered in Columbus, it still funds Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs around the country.
06/17/22
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Assessment and Monitoring, Investigation and Remediation

Battelle Technology Ready to Address PFAS Problem

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued health advisories for chemical compounds known as PFAS. Here's how we're ahead of the curve on this problem.
06/17/22
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Solvers

The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the Battelle Tree

For a few Battelle employees, their dads had a big impact on not only their career path but their choice of employer. This Father’s Day, we take a look at some of those stories.
06/14/22
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CBRNE Defense

Battelle Data Scientist Jen Malik: Maximum Effort

Whether it’s performing her job, clambering through mud on a bike or volunteering to get kids get involved with cycling, Jen Malik is emblematic of Battelle’s Solver ethos of making a positive impact.
06/06/22
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Research Management and Operations

June 2022: What’s New with NEON

This month, we feature stories that share how NEON can help supplement microbe-centric experiments, improve ecological tipping point research, and improve our understanding of forest biodiversity.
06/03/22
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Agriculture

Six Key Considerations in Choosing an Agrochemical Formulation Partner

How do you choose the right formulation partner for agrochemical development? Here are six key traits agrochemical companies should look for when choosing a development partner.
06/02/22
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Agriculture

Seven Critical Agrochemical Formulation Challenges (And How We’re Solving Them)

To feed the world of tomorrow, agrochemical companies need new innovations today. We’re helping them solve their most critical formulation challenges so they can rise to the opportunities ahead.
05/12/22
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STEM Education

Battelle, Penn State Fund Professor’s Program, Partners with Morgan State to Expand Sounding Rocket STEM Program

Morgan State University (MSU) becomes the next school to launch a Battelle funded RISE program with the continued help of Penn State Professor Randall McEntaffer.
05/04/22
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Research Management and Operations

May 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we feature a study that links severe drought and the West Nile virus, the discovery of new insect species, and a thorough dissection of how NEON is critical in supporting disaster research.
04/28/22
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Environment

PFAS ANNIHILATOR™ In Action: Total PFAS Destruction

Battelle demonstrates the destructive capabilities of the PFAS ANNIHILATOR™ Mobile Unit at Heritage-Crystal Clean’s Michigan Industrial Site.
04/14/22
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Climate Resilience

What We Need to Create Resilience in 2022 and the Systems-Based Solutions to Get There

The key to solving our current climate crisis is integrated, systems based solutions. Read Lou Von Thaer's thoughts on how we bring these systems together to create innovative solutions.
04/11/22
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Research Management and Operations

April 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month, we discuss how Battelle is partnering with Starlink, the development of a new microbial data processing package and how NEON researchers and students continue learning during the pandemic.