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Neurotechnology
Ian Burkhart wearing the NeuroLife sleeve

New NeuroLife Results Show System Would Improve Lives of Users at Home

Posted by Battelle Insider on Aug 27, 2019

When researchers at Battelle came up with an idea to help overcome paralysis, it became an idea of burgeoning hope for many.

Drug Delivery
woman using autoinjector device for medication

Driving Forces, Challenges & Delivery Methods for Biologics

Posted by Vicki A. Barbur on Aug 22, 2019

Pharma companies are realizing that for many products, success no longer solely depends on the medication itself delivering therapeutic success.

Solvers
Finance Interns

Battelle Interns Helping Solve the World’s Greatest Problems

Posted by Battelle Insider on Aug 20, 2019

Our interns aren’t getting coffee and filing paperwork. They’re making a difference in everything from health and analytics to marketing and finance.

PFAS Assessment
Photo: PFAS Accredited Lab with two women PFAS experts reviewing PFOA analysis report

Developing New Tools to Address the PFAS Challenge

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jul 19, 2019

Before you can solve a problem, you have to fully understand it. And each location around the country contaminated with PFAS needs to be understood ..

Industry Solutions
Improving Contaminant Detection in Food Processing

Improving Contaminant Detection in Food Processing

Posted by V. Barbur and R. Davis on Jul 18, 2019

Current inspection technologies for food can miss small fragments of bone, metal, glass and other materials. Learn about Battelle’s solution.

Solvers
how do fireworks get their colors

How Do Fireworks Get Their Colors?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jul 3, 2019

Battelle Principal Research Scientist Paul Shawcross drops some knowledge about the science behind how fireworks get their colors.

Public Health
Battelle is working with Go Medical Batelle to conduct a study to further evaluate the toxicity of OLANI

Evaluating the Safety of an Opioid Abuse Treatment

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 9, 2019

Battelle is working with Go Medical to conduct a study to further evaluate an alternative to an oral treatment for opioid addiction.

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