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COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 23, 2015)—Battelle today joined a nationwide call for stronger federal policies and investment to drive domestic research and development. Ten CEOs and 252 organizations signed “Innovation: An American Imperative,” a document aimed at federal decision makers and legislators. It underscores the findings—and warnings—contained in The American Academy of Arts & Sciences report, Restoring the Foundation: The Vital Role of Research in Preserving the American Dream.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 19, 2015)—What would happen if someone detonated a dirty bomb in the U.S.? Or another nuclear accident occurs, such as Fukushima?

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and Battelle’s Technology Partnership Practice today released a report highlighting the growing and essential nature of industry-academic collaborations that bridge the gap between bioscience discoveries and the delivery of innovative products to improve medical outcomes in patients.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 10, 2015) – The Battelle Healthcare Colloquium has recognized the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago as an Accredited Pediatric Heart Failure Institute. Lurie Children’s is the first pediatric facility in Illinois and the 10th in the nation to earn this distinction.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 8, 2015)—Battelle was awarded a new $25 million contract to build three different mobile lab platforms, called the Common Analytical Laboratory System (CALS), over the next three years.

COLUMBUS, Ohio and MANHASSET, New York (June 4, 2015)—In an effort to change the way bleeding has been treated in the operating room and on the battlefield for more than 150 years, Battelle, a leader in research and commercialization, announced today that it has partnered with The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, the research arm of The North Shore-LIJ Health System.

COLUMBUS, OH (May 28, 2015)--The Department of the Army has selected Battelle to provide Logistics Process and Analytical Support (LOGPAS) services for Army G-4. The work, awarded on our One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle, has an estimated multi-year value of $30 million, including all options.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (May 18, 2015) – Today Battelle introduced SmartVision™, an innovative predictive tool giving organizations an edge in managing their marketplaces. The service combines human subject matter expertise with advanced analytical tools to deliver unprecedented insights into evolving market patterns.

TAMPA, Florida (May 14, 2015) – Discreet OEM armored vehicles for any terrain. The most precise suspect identification tool yet. Intense biohazard training that gets even closer to reality. An early warning chem-bio detection for frontline security. Better protection for icy air flights. These are some of the newest, breakthrough technologies that Battelle, the world’s leading independent R&D non-profit, will display at SOFIC (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference) in Tampa, Florida May 19-21.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (May 5, 2015)–You likely won’t be able to walk the conference floor without bumping into an expert from Battelle or one of the national labs it manages at the Environmental Protection Agency’s leading decontamination conference this week.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Apr. 27, 2015)—The award-winning encapsulation technology that revolutionizes laundry by activating bleach in cold water and that can protect infrastructure and pipelines from corrosion can transform personal care, apparel, cleaning and other products.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 22, 2015)—Battelle recently succeeded at the United States Department of Energy (DOE) challenge of making commercially viable transportation fuels from biomass pyrolysis. Scientists and engineers at Battelle demonstrated the durability of a continuous hydrotreatment process that converts bio oil from biomass pyrolysis into transportation and aviation fuels.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 8, 2015)—Mission persistence has long been one of the most vexing problems for naval forces. Battelle, and its subsidiary Bluefin Robotics, are enabling missions for the maritime industry around the world with a suite of tools that includes sophisticated navigational sensors and rugged, long-life power systems on unique Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs).

COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 19, 2015)—Battelle scientists and chemists will work on a new, $24 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help protect public health and the environment.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 18, 2015)—Zia Abdullah is the newest Battelle Senior Research Leader, one of 11 such engineers and scientists who are honored with the organization’s highest recognition.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 16, 2015)— Battelle today announced Barricade™, a new technology that eliminates the risk of counterfeit integrated circuits in devices for aerospace and defense systems, critical infrastructure, medical devices and other essential systems. Barricade provides fast, non-destructive authentication of electronic components from both trusted and untrusted sources, enabling separation of cloned or counterfeit components from authentic ones at a dramatically lower cost than alternative methods.

QUINCY, Mass. (March 12, 2015)—Bluefin Robotics underwater autonomous vehicles scour the ocean floors around the world looking for items critical to the defense industry, oceanographic researchers, and the oil and gas industry.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 11, 2015) Battelle announced today the appointment of Dr. Steven Ashby as Laboratory Director for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, WA, effective April 1. Battelle operates the lab for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (March 11, 2015)— In times of declining budgets, systems that improve productivity while keeping costs minimal are a crucial part of any business strategy.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia (March 10, 2015)—Battelle sees a direct corollary between early science education and workforce development in Charlottesville. That’s why its charitable giving spans from support for preschoolers to middle-schoolers and—through scholarships— to students on the cusp their of professional science careers.

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