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NEON highlights from June

June 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 2, 2020

This month, NEON’s scientific director discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has limited researchers’ access to sites and the impact it’s had.

Earth Day
Battelle celebrates Earth Day 2020

Battelle Committed to Environmental Action on Earth Day

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 22, 2020

Battelle is joining the call for greater global ambition to tackle environmental challenges. We believe it can be done by pushing science forward.

Environmental Restoration
Battelle PFAS Predict™ will give military bases a new tool to track and predict the movement of PFAS

Modeling the Movement of PFAS Plumes in Groundwater

Posted by Joel Sminchak on Feb 10, 2020

PFAS are notoriously hard to monitor. Our PFAS Predict™ technology is a new tool to track and predict the movement of PFAS in groundwater.

Research Infrastructure
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.

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.