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Kate Kucharzyk

Kate Kucharzyk is Cleaning Up at Work

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 25, 2017

Kate Kucharzyk is leading efforts to expand Battelle’s metagenomic and proteomics capabilities for environmental clients.

Contaminated Sites
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Why You Should Care About PFAS

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 5, 2017

There are two sides to every coin. The same can be said of chemicals. Those offering improvements in our daily lives also can have harmful effects.

Ecological Research
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4 Ways the NEON Project Will Help Us Better Understand Our Planet

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 17, 2016

The National Ecological Observatory Network project aims to help scientists understand and forecast interactions between life and the environment.

Environmental DNA
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eDNA Helps Tell a Whale of a Tale

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 17, 2016

Swabbing the mouth of a 30-ton whale is probably not the most effective way to get a DNA sample. Environmental DNA can make it much easier.

Science of Cleaning
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The Future of Detergents: Top Trends Driving the Industry

Posted by Battelle Staff on May 5, 2016

How are appliance technologies, consumer preferences and regulatory pressures changing detergent formulation?

Encapsulation
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Three Ways Encapsulation is Changing Agriculture

Posted by Battelle Staff on Sep 23, 2015

How can encapsulation technology make agriculture more productive and sustainable? Battelle Senior Research Scientist Ram Lalgudi has some ideas.

Crop Protection
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Biopesticides vs. Conventional Pesticides

Posted by Battelle Staff on Jul 10, 2015

Biopesticides are one of the hottest trends in agriculture today. But what are they, and how do they work?

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