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Battelle's NeuroLIfe technology advances and their potential to make their way from the lab into a patient's home are explained in this new article.

Scientists at Battelle use virtual reality to help service members learn to use DroneDefender, which blasts a 30-degree cone beam of radio frequency energy, jamming the signal between the pilot and the drone.

Taxes and transition were among the topics addressed by Los Alamos National Laboratory Director-Designee Thomas Mason Monday during his visit to the Secret City.

Industry Team Takes First Place in ThunderDrone Competition

The Brain Implant That Can Partially Reverse Paralysis

SOFIC 2018: Top 3 Pieces of Special-Ops Survival Gear

COSI, Battelle team up to bring science festival to Columbus

COSI and Battelle planning four-day science festival

Are electric cars more likely to catch fire?

Ohio students create solutions to ending heart disease in STEM challenge

Massively Parallel Sequencing: The Future of DNA Sequencing

Battelle developing software to identify biological threats

Executive Spotlight: Interview with Lou Von Thaer, President & CEO of Battelle

Multiple senior U.S. officials recently testified before Congress regarding the rising threat that weaponized UAVs pose to U.S forces abroad.

After a freak accident left Ian Burkhart paralyzed, Ohio State and Battelle asked him for his best remaining asset—his brain. Three years later, he’s given more than they imagined possible.

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman stopped by the Battelle Advanced Manufacturing vehicle plant on the west side on Thursday as part of a five-day national defense tour across Ohio.

Insurgent groups increasingly use drones as scouts and tiny bombers, so Homeland Security has turned to the DroneDefender.

Next-gen DNA Sequencing Trials Unveiled at ISHI: How Far Away Is the Future?

Threats from chemical and biological agents—known and yet unknown synthetic variations—are real, growing in potential and consequence, and becoming more attractive to terrorist organizations.

Too Sunny in Philadelphia? Satellites Zero in on Dangerous Urban Heat Islands

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