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Today, LIFT—Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow, a national ManufacturingUSA institute, in partnership with Battelle, the Ohio STEM Learning Network, the Ohio Manufacturers’ Association, and Tennessee Tech University’s iCube, launched MakerMinded, an online STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning and educational activity platform. The MakerMinded campaign helps impassion students about advanced manufacturing and provides them with transformational STEM learning experiences that set them on track towards advanced manufacturing careers.

Battelle’s DroneDefender™ defeats drones. Dedrone’s platform alerts to the presence of rogue and unauthorized drones in protected airspace. The two market-leading companies announced today they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which will explore ways to create an end-to-end solution to provide complete airspace security for our country’s most sensitive infrastructure.

The newest achievement of NeuroLife takes science a step closer to realistically fixing paralysis.

The future of naval technologies will be on display underwater, on the surface and in the air Aug. 15 and 16.

Canine and explosives experts are reaching out to state and local law enforcement across the country, assisted by Battelle researchers, to better understand current capability gaps and to provide vital education, testing, and training to the nearly 4,000 canine teams working in those agencies.

Each year, federal and defense authorities stage an event to test new technologies designed to counter the burgeoning threat of rogue or nefarious Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).

COLUMBUS, Ohio (July 25, 2017)—Most computers are run by x86 processors. Most security tools cannot check hardware for vulnerabilities, in the way they can probe software. Now, Battelle has developed a new way to peek into these processors to reveal the inner workings of what has been referred to as an inaccessible “black box.”

SAN DIEGO (July 20, 2017)—Battelle subsidiary SeeByte has achieved a leadership position in the development of smart software for underwater vehicles, sensors and systems for both the military and oil and gas sectors. Battelle is now modifying the structure of SeeByte to transfer control of U.S. subsidiary SeeByte Inc. based in San Diego, California, directly to Battelle.

Battelle announced today it has received a Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Homeland Defense & Security Technical Area Task (HD TAT) award supporting the National Guard Bureau (NGB) Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Division. The award has a total value of $13,781,575 with a 35-month period of performance.

Battelle’s Board of Directors announced today that Lewis “Lou” Von Thaer has been selected as President and CEO of Battelle, the 9th CEO in the company’s 87-year history. Von Thaer, who has extensive leadership experience in diverse markets including engineering, intelligence, and other federal contracting sectors, will officially begin his new role on October 1, 2017. He comes to Battelle from DynCorp International where he has served as CEO since July 2015.

Massively parallel sequencing (MPS) technologies, also referred to as Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), just got a lot closer to implementation in crime labs. A Battelle study for the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) demonstrates that the technology provides the accuracy, reproducibility and sensitivity needed to support forensic investigations.

Battelle will begin helping the U.S. Army combat support and services achieve technical breakthroughs and overcome sustainment challenges under a new five-year, $20 million contract.

From engineering design to theatrical sign language, computer science to agriculture, Central Ohio students will have a range of new learning opportunities outside of the classroom thanks to grants from Battelle.

Battelle announced today the expansion of its public health research center beyond tobacco to include research on the physical and behavioral effects of other substances, notably marijuana and opioids.

Battelle announced today the release of WayFinder™ Q.I. Dashboard 2.3, an advanced analytics tool for hospitals and hospital systems to track and analyze Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and other quality metrics.

Ohio is facing a major opioid overdose crisis. And as many Ohio families fight opioid abuse, the impact cascades into the learning environments in Ohio schools. Last fall, Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria and the Ohio STEM Learning Network challenged Ohio’s students to design solutions to help end the opioid crisis. Throughout this school year, more than 1,200 students accepted the challenge and developed hundreds of ideas to fight opioid abuse.

Battelle announced today that it has a new, signed purchase and sale agreement with developer Diamond/Sinacori that outlines a revised plan for a single-family home development on its 11-acre campus on Washington Street.

Battelle will feature its revolutionary counter-UAS device, a virtual demo of a large unmanned underwater vehicle, an active, in-flight ice protection system and expertly engineered armored vehicles at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) which begins today.

On May 18, students from around the Ohio STEM Learning Network will gather at Battelle to showcase their creative solutions to Ohio’s opioid abuse crisis. The students will hear from Secretary of State Jon Husted, Attorney General Mike DeWine, State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria, and representatives from Battelle.

Experts in green and sustainable remediation (GSR) practices from Battelle, the world’s largest independent research and development organization, will present groundbreaking research at the Fourth International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technology.

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