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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.

Just because your device isn’t specifically targeted by hackers doesn’t mean it isn’t vulnerable to cybersecurity threats.

What’s the secret to improving patient adherence rates? Its starts with giving them something they need.

Battelle has backed the winning bid of a team of local government units in Ohio for a $6 million grant from the Transportation Department, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

Stopping an Active Shooter: How a top-secret computer lab is giving police an upper hand

Few research labs in the country are as trusted as Battelle's lab in West Jefferson.

The oil and gas industry is drowning in data.

For nearly 40 years, scientists at Battelle have worked with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help prevent or reduce air, land and water pollution.

The grim new reality of American life is that many mass shootings and terrorist attacks cannot be prevented in advance.

This New Navy Bandage Could Save Limbs on the Battlefield

When the EPA revealed the results of its study in July on the increasing presence of substantial corrosion in diesel fuel tanks, it proved that the problem is much larger than anyone anticipated.

Battelle, Air Force Partner to Develop Aircraft Anti-Icing Tech

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