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STEM Education
Students showing off their hand-built arcade game

Students Transform Lunchroom to Arcade

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 24, 2018

Eighth-graders at one school get to enjoy a much more lively lunch period this winter thanks to a project that allowed them to create large games.

Cybersecurity
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Hardware vs. Software Vulnerabilities

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 18, 2018

The Intel chip vulnerability that has made recent headlines is a problem that will likely have lasting implications.

Transportation
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Four Components to a Smart City

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 8, 2018

A “smart city” is more than roads communicating with vehicles to help reduce congestion. It’s much, much more.

Industry Solutions
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Finding Formaldehyde-Free Substitutes for Encapsulation

Posted by Ram Lalgudi on Nov 16, 2017

Encapsulation technologies are at the heart of some of today’s most exciting products. But many of these are hiding a secret: formaldehyde.

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
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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.

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