Bold Leaps and Action Planned for Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference in March 2023

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Research Management and Operations

August 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we look at scientists using NEON data to mitigate forest fires, researchers working to make NEON data more accessible, and how it will be critical in supporting a new research center.

What the Endangered Species Act Means for the Agrochemical and Crop Protection Sector

The US EPA recently announced plans to accommodate the Endangered Species Act and Battelle's US Head of Regulatory Affairs, Phillip Cassidy, sheds light on the implications of these new regulations.
Research Management and Operations

July 2022: What’s New with NEON?

This month we highlight how scientists are using NEON data to predict berry trends for indigenous communities in Alaska, investigate ticks and study species and occupancy-relationships.

How Do Fireworks Get Their Colors?

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

Battelle Regional Community Grants Impact Wide Variety of STEM Programs

While Battelle is headquartered in Columbus, it still funds Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs around the country.
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