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Retiree

4 Retirees Reflect on Their Time at Battelle

Posted by Gabe Abke & Kelsey Kimmelman on Jul 14, 2020

To celebrate Battelle’s 90th anniversary, we took the opportunity to speak to four retirees about their time at Battelle and their favorite accompl..

Med Devices
will healthcare delivery finally evolve

Promise vs. Reality – Will Healthcare Delivery Evolve?

Posted by Andre LaFreniere on Jul 1, 2020

Thanks to COVID-19, these are heady days for telemedicine, where the future again looks bright and change is on the horizon. But will that last?

Research Infrastructure
Battelle's July update for our NEON work

July 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jul 1, 2020

This month, we feature NEON’s involvement in supporting researchers and agencies in the development of new biodiversity tools and resources.

Coronavirus Solutions
Library books

Helping Libraries and Museums Operate Safely in the COVID-19 World

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 29, 2020

As libraries and museums around the country begin to reopen to the public, the need for safe handling of core library, archival and museum materials..

State-of-the-Science Report
PFAS impacts on human health

5 Things to Know About PFAS and Human Health

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 24, 2020

Because of the pervasive use and persistent nature of PFAS, there is widespread human exposure. Battelle dives into this topic in our white paper.

STEM Education
Sisters HS Balloon Launch

Students at Sisters High School Take Science into the Stratosphere

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 4, 2020

Students at Sisters High School in Oregon, are taking learning to new heights through an innovative STEM program in stratospheric ballooning with he..

Ecology
NEON highlights from June

June 2020: What’s New With NEON?

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jun 2, 2020

This month, NEON’s scientific director discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has limited researchers’ access to sites and the impact it’s had.

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