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Hardware vs. Software Vulnerabilities

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 18, 2018

The Intel chip vulnerability that has made recent headlines is a problem that will likely have lasting implications.

Biomedical Research
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Building the Antibiotic Pipeline for Resistant Pathogens

Posted by Gabe Meister on Oct 23, 2017

Antibiotic-resistant pathogens are on the rise. Why don’t we have more new antibiotics in the pipeline to combat them?

Forensic Genomics
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Behind the Study: Investigate the MPS Feasibility and Guidance Report

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 18, 2017

After an exhaustive 19-month research project, massively parallel sequencing is proven to generate robust, reliable, reproducible results.

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3 Innovations Improving Safety Pharmacology Testing

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 11, 2017

Toxicology safety testing teams are under more pressure than ever. Here are three significant innovations helping tox teams achieve more success.

CBRNE Defense
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Bringing Down Barriers to Medical Countermeasure Development

Posted by Russell Coleman on Aug 29, 2017

To meet the need for new vaccines for chemical & biological weapons, federal agencies & private companies must work together to overcome barriers.

Forensic Genomics
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What the MPS Feasibility Report Means for Forensic Science Today

Posted by Battelle Insider on Aug 17, 2017

Massively Parallel Sequencing has been the talk of DNA scientists, but now it’s closer than ever to becoming a valid asset for law enforcement.

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Sandsifter to Make Debut at Black Hat 2017

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jul 25, 2017

Cyber Scientist Chris Domas heads to Black Hat to share his findings from a deep dive into x86 processors using a new tool called Sandsifter.