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Advanced technology and analytics designed to improve patient outcomes and healthcare experience.
Working to deliver environmental data to scientists around the world, with support from the National Science Foundation.
We translate the latest advances in science and technology into products and services that make the world safer.
When you need to understand the environmental, human health and economic impact of critical decisions, Battelle is your trusted source.
Battelle looks holistically at the links between climate, environment and people, and identifies the datasets, analysis and capacity building required to boost resilience.
Our transportation experts can help solve technology challenges, plan, design and engineer safe and innovative transportation advancements, and help you assess the safety of existing systems.
Make better decisions for healthcare quality improvement, strategic market planning or public policy. We’ve got the analytical expertise and technical capabilities to help.
Connected vehicles use wireless technology to improve the safety, mobility and environmental impact of ground travel to and from your daily destinations. Battelle offers a unique single-source solution for connected vehicle system integration.
Massively parallel sequencing (MPS), also known as next-generation sequencing (NGS), is a mainstream technology in many academic areas and has led to discoveries in medicine, biology and environmental science.
With more than 40 years of experience under our belt, Battelle’s biomarker assay development and validation and other biomarker services provide innovative solutions for today’s global health challenges.
VIDEO: NEON Aquatic Data
Environmental contamination is a problem across the country. What if naturally occurring microbes could solve this challenge?
OK, it might not be that dramatic, but systems engineering is playing a big role in understanding the ecology of the third rock from the sun.
Drones are gaining popularity in environmental and agricultural applications. Could they help NEON expand its airborne remote sensing capacities?