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Medical Devices
Ian Burkhart demonstrating the NeuroLife device

Patients as Partners in Med Device Development

Posted by Battelle Insider on Nov 13, 2017

Working on medical devices that address complex medical issues requires developers to go beyond basic human factors research and design principals.

DroneDefender Device
Battelle's DroneDefender counter-UAS device in action

Revolutionary, Not Evolutionary

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 31, 2017

That’s what Popular Science was looking for with its 30th annual Best of What’s New awards. And that’s exactly what Battelle delivered.

Medical Devices
researcher working in a lab

Finding the Middle Ground Between Research & Development

Posted by David J. Giles on Oct 25, 2017

Has the medical device industry lost its research mojo? Most research focuses on incremental improvements rather than into new products.

Biomedical Research
researcher working in a lab

Building the Antibiotic Pipeline for Resistant Pathogens

Posted by Gabe Meister on Oct 23, 2017

Antibiotic-resistant pathogens are on the rise. Why don’t we have more new antibiotics in the pipeline to combat them?

Solving in 2037
digital version of an eye

The Future of Research

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 16, 2017

We asked some of our Battelle leaders to share some insight into what they envision for the state of research in 2037. See what they had to say.

Solvers
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Employees Helping Employees After Hurricane Maria

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 11, 2017

At Battelle, researchers take great pride in solving complicated problems. Recently our problem-solving skills were used to help our employees.

Health Analytics
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Automating Healthcare Quality Reporting

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 2, 2017

With hundreds of clinical quality measures in use, collecting and reporting all the data can be a significant burden for providers and agencies.

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