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Heart Health
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Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Posted by Battelle Staff on Feb 24, 2016

February has been designated as American Heart Month for more than 50 years, and yet the disease consistently remains the nation’s No. 1 killer.

Inventors' Day
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Celebrating Those Who Turn Ideas into Innovation

Posted by Battelle Staff on Feb 11, 2016

At Battelle, we consider ourselves fortunate to have some of the brightest and most creative minds walking our hallways and working in our labs.

Life Sciences Research
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What’s Next for the Zika Virus?

Posted by Battelle Staff on Feb 9, 2016

Over the last few weeks, Zika virus has exploded into the public consciousness. What are the next steps for the research community?

Missile Defense
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A Short, Explosive History of U.S. Missile Defense

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 1, 2015

How did we get from “the rockets’ red glare” to modern missile defense? Find out with our infographic.

Barricade
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Are Counterfeit Circuits in your Electronic Devices?

Posted by Battelle Staff on Nov 20, 2015

Counterfeit integrated circuits, or fake parts, can threaten the safety, security, quality, reliability and profitability of a product.

STEM
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New Leader for U.S. Army’s STEM programs

Posted by Battelle Staff on Oct 16, 2015

Here are a couple of the reasons we're most excited to start working on the U.S. Army’s STEM education programs.

Encapsulation
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Three Ways Encapsulation is Changing Agriculture

Posted by Battelle Staff on Sep 23, 2015

How can encapsulation technology make agriculture more productive and sustainable? Battelle Senior Research Scientist Ram Lalgudi has some ideas.

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