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NeuroLife Technology
Ian Burkhart using brain-computer-interface

One Step Closer to NeuroLife Home Use

Posted by Battelle Staff on Sep 25, 2018

Battelle researchers have published a new paper in Nature Medicine describing the advances in the NeuroLife technology that helps paralyzed patients..

Human Centric Design
Roadmap with pins stuck in it

User Research Can Create Roadmap for Design

Posted by Russell Kittel on May 29, 2018

Design options for a project can seem endless, but timelines and budgets are tight. By leveraging user research, an informed roadmap can be created.

Health Analytics
graphic showing an up-close look at an eye

A Clearer View of Eye Disease

Posted by Battelle Insider on May 21, 2018

Eye health is more than just an annual visit to the doctor. It’s also about better understanding eye diseases and how to treat them.

Public Health
Members of the Battelle mosquito team

Helping Spread Words of Warning about Mosquitoes

Posted by Battelle Insider on May 4, 2018

There aren’t many issues that unite all people in all countries, but here’s something we can all agree on: No one likes bug bites.

Preclinical Research
microscope in a lab

The DART Conundrum: Growing Demand with Shrinking Space

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 26, 2018

Labs specializing in DART research have dwindled while demand for the research has grown. Few labs have the ability and availability to do it well.

Public Health
close-up of marijuana

Real-World Studies for Real-World Results

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 7, 2018

Historically, the research community has looked at questions around use of one substance at a time, but that’s not how it happens in the real world.

Human Centric Design
researcher testing the usability of a medical device

Inclusive Design: A Practical Approach

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 6, 2018

How do you make sure your medical device will meet the needs of your potential users? By using inclusive design to guide early concepting decisions.

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