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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
Battelle's ThreatSEQ solution is a web-based analytical software tool and service for rapid screening of DNA sequences submitted for gene synthesis.
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.
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).
Battelle offers valuable analysis and assessment for vaccines, prophylactic compounds and therapeutics for a wide array of infectious diseases, medical countermeasures and biological threats.
We provide fast, economical and nondestructive authentication of integrated circuits and microchips from trusted and untrusted sources.
VIDEO: Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System
Battelle, with years of expertise in infectious diseases, developed a game-changing mask sanitation technology for healthcare systems across the country.
The 2019 COSI Science Festival was a great event and one in which Battelle was proud to participate. We’re going virtual with this year’s event.
This month, we highlight new insights on old trees’ ability to absorb carbon, as well as environmental factors that can lead to trophic mismatches.