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What Defense Manufacturers Need to Know about the Rapidly Growing CBRNE Threat

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 11, 2017

Chemical and biological weapon threats are on the rise. So how do we develop countermeasures against these sophisticated enemies?

Defense Equipment
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Why Late-Stage Testing with Threat Simulants Isn’t Good Enough

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 20, 2016

For CBRNE Defense manufacturers, testing against threat simulants alone leaves the company, public and warfighters at risk.

Defense Equipment
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Live-Agent Testing for CBRNE Defense Manufacturers

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 12, 2016

Early live-agent testing is the differentiator for today’s CBRNE defense materials and equipment manufacturers. Here’s why.

Advanced Materials
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Fighting Corrosion with Science

Posted by Battelle Insider on Dec 6, 2016

U.S. businesses spend an estimated $276 billion (that’s right, billion with a “b”) annually on corrosion prevention, mitigation and repair.

Improved Understanding
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Managing Impacts of Population Aging

Posted by Gavin W. Hougham on Nov 14, 2016

Population aging will bring many changes. So, what needs to change to care for a growing population of older adults?

Health
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Improving Health Outcomes through Better Data Analysis

Posted by Battelle Staff on Nov 2, 2016

Hospitals and health systems are always looking for ways to enhance patient safety and more accurately target their investment.

Ecological Research
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4 Ways the NEON Project Will Help Us Better Understand Our Planet

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 17, 2016

The National Ecological Observatory Network project aims to help scientists understand and forecast interactions between life and the environment.

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