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Women's History Month
the panel of Battelle's female board members during a recent talk

Persistence Goes Beyond Women’s History Month

Posted by Battelle Insider on Apr 6, 2018

Battelle is proud of all our solvers working on the world’s most challenging problems. Each March, we recognize those with two X chromosomes.

Solvers
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The Statistician Way to Win Your College Hoops Bracket

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 14, 2018

What’s your strategy for winning your bracket? Battelle statistician Andrew Landgraf uses machine learning and statistical modeling.

Solvers
Joshua Branch

Solver Joshua Branch: From Theater to Engineering

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 13, 2018

How do you get from the bright lights of Broadway to a research lab in Ohio? Battelle Researcher Joshua Branch knows the way.

High-Energy Work
Paul Shawcross

Paul Shawcross: An Explosive Career

Posted by Battelle Insider on Mar 5, 2018

Have you daydreamed during a difficult day at work about blowing up or smashing something to bits? Paul Shawcross gets to live that dream every day.

Solvers
curling stone on ice

The Science of Curling

Posted by Battelle Insider on Feb 8, 2018

At Battelle, we take science seriously. But we also take our hobbies just as seriously. That’s how Mechanical Engineer Rick Olson feels about curling.

History
old photograph on an easel showing an artistic rendering of light

A Window to the Past

Posted by Battelle Insider on Jan 26, 2018

Recently, Battelle retiree William Weider visited the Columbus campus us to drop off some photography that he took beginning in the late 1950s.

Solving in 2037
digital version of an eye

The Future of Research

Posted by Battelle Insider on Oct 16, 2017

We asked some of our Battelle leaders to share some insight into what they envision for the state of research in 2037. See what they had to say.

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