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Battelle's response to the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)
As new drug formulations demand new answers, Battelle is developing novel solutions to these challenges.
Working with pharmaceutical and government clients and researchers to deliver solutions that address emerging health threats, including coronavirus.
Modeling the movement of PFAS plumes in groundwater
When you are looking to select or develop the optimal delivery mechanism for a new drug or therapy and accelerate their path through the regulatory process, think Battelle.
Battelle’s Biomedical Research Center (BRC) contains the largest privately owned Biosafety Level 3 (BSL-3) facility in the United States.
Battelle works daily at the intersection of science and technology and is pioneering ways to help people overcome devastating neurological damage and disorders.
From the field to the lab, Battelle is leading the way in development of new solutions for emerging environmental problems—like per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
For a person with a nervous system injury, everyday tasks can be overwhelming – if not impossible. Battelle’s technology aims to help patients overcome these hurdles.
Battelle offers valuable analysis and assessment for vaccines, prophylactic compounds and therapeutics for a wide array of infectious diseases, medical countermeasures and biological threats.
VIDEO: Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System
Students at Sisters High School in Oregon, are taking learning to new heights through an innovative STEM program in stratospheric ballooning with help from Battelle.
Battelle’s President & CEO responds to misleading media coverage about our work to maintain the supply of respirator masks for health workers.
This month, NEON’s scientific director discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has limited researchers’ access to sites and the impact it’s had.