Deep Insights for Critical Decisions
Battelle is equipped to characterize, assess, model, anticipate and measure the full range of CBRNE threats for clients in intelligence, defense and homeland security. In many cases, we perform these tasks on behalf of our clients in our own, leading-edge facilities. With expertise and resources that are among the most extensive available, Battelle can address virtually any threat-analysis challenge.
Specialized Lab Facilities Addressing Our Most Client Most Pressing Needs
We have dedicated facilities for solving some of the most complex and important CBRNE challenges.
Hazardous Materials Research Center (HMRC)
The largest and most comprehensive contractor-owned contractor-operated facility in the U.S. to work with chemical warfare agents.
Biomedical Research Center (BRC)
The largest, private BSL-3 containment laboratory in the U.S. dedicated to high hazard RDT&E, biopreparedness and medical countermeasures for chemical and biological agents.
High Energy Research Laboratory (HERLA)
Lethality and survivability system assessment, engineering, modeling, metrology and testing services for ammunition and explosives, non-lethal weapons, foreign material exploitation and armor development.
Battelle’s experts help government clients minimize the risk associated with CBRNE threats through extensive training of first responders and counter-proliferation support.
Battelle has an extensive portfolio of proven technologies that leverage our operational expertise and advanced manufacturing capabilities to deliver next-generation chem-bio detection, protection and decontamination equipment.
We’re bringing the next generation of elimination products to market quickly and safely–including products for air monitoring, waste characterization, laboratory information management and more.
Chris Dibble, Ph.D.Lead Data ScientistDr. Chris Dibble is an expert in modeling infectious disease outbreak and spread. He has developed mathematical models as part of the Countermeasures Assessment and Planning Tool (CAPT), conducted threat analysis for existing or emerging biological threats for the former Biological Terrorism Risk Assessment (BTRA) and the current Research Prioritization Matrix (RPM), and has led the development of the SARS-CoV-2andAfrican Swine Fever Virus Master Question Lists(MQLs) for DHS S&T.