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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.

The future of DNA analysis is next-generation sequencing, also known as massively parallel sequencing.

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.

Researchers at the Earth Institute at Columbia University and Battelle Memorial Institute studied air temperature data from weather stations.

The U.S. National Guard Bureau is to receive mission training and support services from Battelle.

Doctors and health gurus are always telling us to drink more water for our health—but what if that water is contaminated by a potentially toxic chemical?

Battelle, the world’s biggest nonprofit research and development agency, announced the findings of a two-year project for the National Institute of Justice.

After nearly 50 years of tobacco research, Battelle announced on Tuesday that it would start studying the effects of other substances including opioids and marijuana.

There are days when Andrew Sweeney transforms from a 38-year-old industrial designer into a superhero.

Battelle's Mike Kuhlman discussed the possible impact of President Trump’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 on federal laboratories, biodefense, and research & development.

Students from around Ohio gathered at Batelle research institute Thursday to help solve the growing opioid epidemic.

Battelle will feature its revolutionary technology-driven Special Operations solutions for unique challenges at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC).

Recent attacks by ISIS in Syria and Iraq have changed the 21st-century battlespace by employing airborne drones for reconnaissance and attacks.

Battelle and Nanotherapeutics, Inc. announced today that the organizations have entered an alliance.

Two central Ohio inventors and engineers developed a new tool aimed at stopping rogue drones from threatening our military, security or the community.

Big data is able to do more than just enable hospital administrators to find new efficiencies or treatment protocols—it also has the potential to give paralyzed patients the ability to move.

Hydrophobic (water-repelling) coatings have numerous applications, from protecting critical infrastructure to developing stain-repellant textures.

Battelle has received another strong report card, earning the contractor $11.75 million for its work in fiscal 2016 to operate PNNL for the Department of Energy.

Media Contacts

Katy Delaney
Director, Media Relations
Office: 1.614.424.7208
Email: delaneyk@battelle.org 


T.R. Massey

Senior Media Specialist
Office: 1.614.424.5544 
Email: masseytr@battelle.org