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

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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.
Assessment and Monitoring, Investigation and Remediation

Battelle Technology Ready to Address PFAS Problem

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued health advisories for chemical compounds known as PFAS. Here's how we're ahead of the curve on this problem.

The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the Battelle Tree

For a few Battelle employees, their dads had a big impact on not only their career path but their choice of employer. This Father’s Day, we take a look at some of those stories.
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