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What’s Next for the Zika Virus?

Posted by Battelle Staff on Feb 9, 2016

Over the last few weeks, Zika virus has exploded into the public consciousness. What are the next steps for the research community?

Missile Defense
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A Short, Explosive History of U.S. Missile Defense

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 1, 2015

How did we get from “the rockets’ red glare” to modern missile defense? Find out with our infographic.

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Are Counterfeit Circuits in your Electronic Devices?

Posted by Battelle Staff on Nov 20, 2015

Counterfeit integrated circuits, or fake parts, can threaten the safety, security, quality, reliability and profitability of a product.

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The Limits of Big Data: Why We Still Need Humans

Posted by Battelle Staff on Jun 11, 2015

Data mining methods can help companies sift through the billions of bytes of data zipping across the web each second. But is big data enough?

HeatCoat Technologies
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How Conductive Coatings Are Changing Aviation

Posted by Battelle Staff on May 8, 2015

When you’re up in the air, ice is the enemy. Even a little ice on an aircraft’s wings can add weight and change the aerodynamics in dangerous ways.

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DNA

A Picture of You from Your DNA?

Posted by Battelle Staff on May 5, 2015

Today’s DNA forensic techniques can only tell whether or not the genetic sample matches a sequence already in the DNA database.

Robotics
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Robots Go Where Humans Can't or Shouldn't

Posted by Battelle Staff on Apr 28, 2015

Difficult tasks in harsh conditions like those in space or undersea are nearly impossible for humans to do on their own. Luckily, we have robots.

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