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Photo: Justin Sanchez at CES demoing Sports Enhancement Neurotechnology

NeuroLife® Sleeve Holds Promise of Improved Sports Performance

Posted by Justin Sanchez, Battelle Technical Fellow on Oct 29, 2020

Learn how the continued development of neurotechnology by Battelle has lead to new research on how the Battelle NeuroLife Sleeve can be used to enha..

Coronavirus Solutions
clia lab

Battelle Responding to and Preventing Pandemics

Posted by Battelle Insider on Sep 21, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic made us acutely aware of how devastating a biologically driven event (in this case a virus) can be. We have seen how important..

Med Devices
will healthcare delivery finally evolve

Promise vs. Reality – Will Healthcare Delivery Evolve?

Posted by Andre LaFreniere on Jul 1, 2020

Thanks to COVID-19, these are heady days for telemedicine, where the future again looks bright and change is on the horizon. But will that last?

State-of-the-Science Report
PFAS impacts on human health

5 Things to Know About PFAS and Human Health

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 24, 2020

Because of the pervasive use and persistent nature of PFAS, there is widespread human exposure. Battelle dives into this topic in our white paper.

Neurotechnology
Restoring the sense of touch

Restoring the Sense of Touch in Those with Spinal Cord Injury

Posted by Battelle Insider on May 4, 2020

Helping a person regain movement in a paralyzed limb is a momentous achievement. But movement isn’t enough. Sense of touch is also important.

Coronavirus Concerns
Battelle is working on COVID-19 research

COVID-19: Propelling the Unknown into the Known

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 4, 2020

Battelle is working with commercial, academic and government entities to support the global efforts to understand, test and treat the virus.

Med Devices
Keeping the Human Connection in Drug Delivery Device Development

Keeping the Human Connection in Drug Delivery Device Development

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 27, 2020

Drug delivery devices have changed a lot over the years. And sometimes, the features intended to help patients end up causing confusion instead.

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