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Year in review of Battelle's work managing the NEON project

NEON Spotlight: 2019 Year-End Review

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 20, 2019

As 2019 ends, we look back on the tremendous work the NEON program delivered this year and its impact on our environment and human life.

Environment
trends of note from an air quality scientist

Trends of Note from an Air Quality Scientist

Posted by Ian MacGregor on Nov 25, 2019

Everyone wants unpolluted air to breathe. Since the 1970s Battelle has supported the EPA’s mission to protect human health and the environment.

Research Infrastructure
NEON Spotlight Infographic showcasing three projects using NEON data

What's New with NEON?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Nov 14, 2019

From soil ecology to plants and animals to atmospheric conditions, researchers are exploring all aspects of ecosystem changes utilizing NEON data.

Environmental Restoration
PFAS is more challenging than many other environmental contaminants

Why are PFAS More Challenging Than Other Environmental Contaminants?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 7, 2019

The strong carbon-fluorine bond in PFAS is a big part of why they are significantly different than other environmental contaminants.

Industry Solutions
evaluating firefighting foams for PFAS contaminants

Evaluating Firefighting Foams for PFAS Contaminants

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 10, 2019

Battelle is working on a project to evaluate potential replacement firefighting foams that must meet military specifications for fire suppression.

PFAS Assessment
Photo: PFAS Accredited Lab with two women PFAS experts reviewing PFOA analysis report

Developing New Tools to Address the PFAS Challenge

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jul 19, 2019

Before you can solve a problem, you have to fully understand it. And each location around the country contaminated with PFAS needs to be understood ..

Environment
Recap of Battelle's 2019 Sediments Conference

Sediments Conference Asks Key Questions

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 9, 2019

What’s working? What needs to be fixed? What’s next? All good questions, especially when you’re talking about the health of our waterways.

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