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Columbus Monthly - As others celebrate a return to normalcy, Ohio State, Battelle and Nationwide Children’s Hospital researchers try to keep up with a relentless and evolving foe.

WTVQ - A 2011 X-ray assessment of the chemical weapons stockpile in Kentucky confirmed the solidification of agent in a significant number of mustard projectiles, rendering them unsuitable for automated processing in the main plant, as originally planned.

Fierce Biotech - In a Q&A with Fierce Medtech, Sanchez offered up the two major questions that can separate science from sci-fi in brain-computer interfaces and plotted out the technology’s next moves.

Popular Science - Here's what we know about fires in battery-powered cars, and how those vehicles stack up against their gas-guzzling counterparts.

Politico - Battelle fellow Justin Sanchez talks about what it will take to prevent the next pandemic in Politico.

Executive Biz - Battelle will convert 229 units of standard Toyota Land Cruiser 200 series into armored vehicles as part of a blanket purchase agreement call placed by the State Department under a BPA awarded in 2020.

Homeland Preparedness News - A new, Battelle-developed system known as TechAware Search Continuous Automated Scanning for Technology Transformation (CASTT) proposes to help identify epidemic threats through a mix of text data analysis, behavioral change prediction, and creation of a graph neural network.

Columbus Dispatch - Read about Ohio corporations effects to better understand and advance racial equity with the help of HBCUs.

Air Force Magazine - The U.S. Air Force and every other branch of U.S. military service depend on safe and reliable microelectronic devices and embedded systems. And when the integrity of these components is compromised, it puts people, systems and entire military operations in peril.

Omaha World-Herald - Battelle and multiple other companies have announced plans to contract with ethanol producers in Nebraska to filter carbon dioxide and permanently store that element in the ground.

Magnetics Magazine - Some of the most exotic research involving magnetism is sponsored by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA. One of their programs, literally, boggles the mind as it delves into areas once considered the realm of science fiction and could lead to new medical breakthroughs.

Homeland Preparedness News - The Department of Defense (DoD) and Health and Human Services (HHS) have established a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to partner in defeating COVID-19 while preparing for future public health emergencies.

Executive Mosaic - Battelle announced its new collaborative effort with the Ohio State University and Northwestern University aimed at combating ‘misinformation’ related to COVID-19 by assessing the risk of COVID-19 ‘misinformation’ in near real-time.

WRDE Coast Tv - A new collaborative effort between Battelle, the Ohio State University, and Northwestern University, sponsored by a $1 million grant from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), aims to address this problem by assessing the risk of COVID-19 misinformation in near real time.

Executive Mosaic - Battelle and Catahoula Resources announced on Tuesday that the two companies have formed a partnership to develop solutions for the capture, transport and sequestration of carbon dioxide produced at ethanol facilities in Nebraska.

Columbus Business First - Metro Schools finally found an expansion site – bringing back to life the vacant Indianola Middle School that Ohio State University bought three years ago.

WSYX ABC 6 - The Center of Science and Industry (COSI) announced that Lewis Von Thaer, President and Chief Executive Officer at Battelle, has been named the winner of the first-ever John Glenn Inspiration Award.

GovCon Wire - Executive Mosaic is honored to present Lou Von Thaer, president and CEO of Battelle, as a recipient of the Wash100 Award, this year’s highest honor in all of government contracting (GovCon), for his leadership and innovation in COVID-19 research and development programs.

U.S. News - In contrast to the average person gazing at a hill, a stream and a cliff without much thought, a geologist viewing the same landscape is more likely to think about why the landscape looks the way it does.

The Columbus Dispatch - As leader of one of the world’s largest scientific R&D organizations, a big perk of Lou Von Thear's job is getting an insider’s view of solutions to tomorrow’s challenges. Subsequently, Lou has identified three science-driven fields that he believes will enable us to carve out a better and brighter future by protecting people and the planet.

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