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using Battelle's EMG system to assess stroke injuries

Using Electromyography to More Accurately Assess Stroke Injuries

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 18, 2020

After a stroke, it’s hard for physicians to know exactly what’s going on inside a patient. Battelle hopes to change that with our EMG system.

STEM
Mars Rover Blog

What's in a Name? How About a Dash of Science Mixed with a Pinch of Creativity

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 14, 2020

When NASA announced a contest to name its new Mars rover, Battelle was over the moon. STEM education serves as the foundation of our business.

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
February NEON update

What’s New With NEON?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 3, 2020

The NEON project continues to generate groundbreaking research, and as the new decade gets underway, there’s plenty more to come.

Neurotechnology
Justin-CES2

How Do You Want to Connect with Your Brain Today?

Posted by Justin Sanchez on Jan 29, 2020

At CES 2020, Battelle shared how advances in direct neural interfaces can change the way that people achieve connections to what is most important.

90 Years Solving
Photo of Battelle's first Lab Book from 1935 with text reading Leading the Way In Research for All

If a year is measured in 525,600 minutes, then Battelle is at 47 million minutes and counting.

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 23, 2020

We’re celebrating 90 years of translating scientific discovery and technology advances into societal benefits. And we couldn’t be prouder.

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.

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