Inaugural Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference: A Convergence of Scientists, Government, Academia, Private Industries

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04/06/22
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Cyber

Battelle Computer Engineer Joins U.S. Cyber Team

Battelle cyber professional Chris Issing finished in the top 20 of the U.S. Cyber Games 2021 competition and will be apart of the U.S. Cyber Team for the International CyberSecurity Challenge.
03/10/22
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Research Management and Operations

March 2022: What’s New with NEON?

For March, we’re featuring a study that investigated the impact of terrestrial ecosystems on climate change, a model that predicts mosquito threats and NEON D18/19 Assistant Manager Shalane Frost.
02/25/22
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Cyber

Service to Community Precedes Battelle Cyber Engineer Position for Kyle Bash

Battelle cyber engineer Kyle Bash deployed as part of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s authorization to activate guard members to provide response support to Ohio hospitals during the recent COVID surge.
02/21/22
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Climate Resilience

Climate Resilience: Impactful Innovation is Needed Today

Battelle is calling for new innovative approaches to answering the critical climate questions that need to be asked so that our unequivocal climate change challenge can be addressed.
02/15/22
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Cyber, Defense and Material Solutions

CANprotect™ - Making Sense of Vehicle Signals

Modern vehicles produce a lot of signals, but they’re not always easy to capture or interpret. Our experts have now created a way to make sense of these signals, and put them to use.
02/10/22
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Medical Devices

Battelle Recruiting Participants to Test NeuroLife® Sleeve

A new Battelle non-treatment research project will explore the possibility of returning some hand movement to people who are living with paralysis due to spinal cord injury.
02/07/22
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Research Management and Operations

February 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we discuss the addition of methane concentration to NEON data, how NEON data is training ecological forecasters, and how a NEON collaboration provided students with hands-on learning.
01/31/22
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Medical Devices

Eco-Design Helps Medical Device Companies Meet Sustainability Targets

Battelle’s Eco-Design initiative takes a holistic approach to medical device sustainability to help companies find the best path forward with medical device design.
01/13/22
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Energy

Two-Decade Project Paves the Way for Large-Scale Carbon Capture & Storage

The Midwest Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership (MRCSP) has laid the groundwork for the deployment of carbon capture and storage technologies that may help mitigate climate change challenges.
01/10/22
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Climate Resilience

How to Bring COP26 Climate Resilience Initiatives to Life

The United Nations COP26 climate conference wrapped up on Nov. 12 with several urgent global environmental commitments, pledges, and partnerships.
01/05/22
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Research Management and Operations

January 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we explore how tree species absorb of carbon dioxide, how NEON data will help advance ecology, and a project that relies on NEON data to meet the demand for thorough soil analyses.
01/03/22
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Investigation and Remediation

Timely Solutions to PFAS Contamination: Battelle Presented PFAS Remediation Technology to House Committee

The House Committee on Science, Space & Technology asked Battelle to testify at a joint subcommittee hearing about our extensive history of PFAS research and development.
12/22/21
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STEM Education

Despite Pandemic, Creative STEM Learning Options Reach More than 800,000 Students

Despite the impact of the ongoing pandemic, Battelle’s Philanthropy & Education team found creative ways to bring STEM learning to over 800,000 students across the U.S. in the 2021.
12/16/21
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Research Management and Operations

NEON Spotlight: The Best of 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, we at Battelle want to highlight the exceptional work delivered this year by the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON).
12/13/21
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Defense and Material Solutions

5th Special Forces Group and Battelle win Modern Military Class at Mint 400

Two teams of Green Berets with the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) took to the track in Toyota Land Cruiser 79 trucks built by Battelle’s Ground Systems Group in The Mint 400.
12/02/21
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Research Management and Operations

December 2021: What’s New with NEON?

This month’s collection explores how a tracer molecule can help explain carbon’s movement, a cost-effective alternative to lidar, and how a numerical response function can optimize system designs.
12/01/21
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Medical Devices

NeuroLife® Sleeve Brings New Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation

When a movement intention is detected, the sleeve delivers functional electrical stimulation (FES) to muscles across the forearm to enhance a variety of hand and wrist movements.
11/15/21
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Climate Resilience

Conference on Innovations in Climate Resilience to Bring Meaningful Solutions to Life

Battelle has dedicated significant resources to convene the first Conference on Innovations in Climate Resilience, which we will host in Columbus, Ohio, on March 29-30, 2022.
11/09/21
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November 2021: What’s New with NEON?

We take a look into the job of a NEON airborne sensor operator, Ohio State University creating a new institute for imageomics, and Arizona State's NEON Biorepository research on climate and nature.