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Jun 25, 2020
ExecutiveBiz - Battelle has secured a 10-year, $260 million Research Support and Logistics Services contract from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to provide infrastructure and logistics support to academic researchers conducting NSF-funded studies in Alaska, Greenland, Canada and other Arctic areas, the nonprofit company announced Thursday.
Jun 22, 2020
School Library Journal - The Reopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) Project released results from the first phase of the project designed to inform librarians for the safest possible return to the library during the continued threat of the novel coronavirus.
Fox 29 Philadelphia - One million masks have been received by Battelle’s Critical Care Decontamination System all over the country in less than two months.
WOSU Public Media - New research from Battelle concludes that the coronavirus is not detectable on five different library materials after three days.
Jun 17, 2020
Water & Waste Digest - A Battelle team of researchers will test wastewater in Toledo, Ohio for the presence of the virus that causes COVID-19 as well as other viral pathogens.
Jun 1, 2020
WOSU - In late March, workers at a Columbus warehouse were loading Battelle’s Critical Care Decontamination Systems onto truck beds. The technology is the first of its kind – modular so they could be easily shipped to coronavirus hot spots, with the promise of being able to clean 80,000 pieces of personal protective equipment for re-use up to 20 times.
Ohio Magazine - We talked with Sanchez about Battelle’s culture, Ohio’s role in battling COVID-19 and a possible second wave of the virus.
May 22, 2020
WTAP - “The Battelle Family, that gave, one of the solutions to cleaning the masks for the virus that’s going around, they traced their great grandfather back to a Mr. Battelle who lived in Newport and served in the American Revolution,” said Yost.
May 20, 2020
The Kansan - Battelle, a private nonprofit applied science and technology company, has partnered with FEMA to deploy 60 critical care decontamination systems throughout the country.
May 19, 2020
Telluride Daily Planet - N95 masks are in short supply, but a system that went into effect in Montrose last week could offer some help, by decontaminating up to 80,000 N-95 masks every day. Each used mask, according to the nonprofit scientific research firm Battelle, can be decontaminated and redeployed for “battle” against the coronavirus up to 20 times.
The Westminster Window - The Adams County operation, one of 45 that FEMA has set up around the country with national logistics consultants Battelle, is just getting started, Koszowski said. The site has been open and in operation since May 4.
May 18, 2020
The Ohio State University - Weeks prior to crisscrossing the nation, Loesch volunteered to be a site engineer for a Battelle team that is setting up Critical Care Decontamination Systems at health care locations throughout the country.
West Dakota Fox - The Department of Health received a sanitizing station from Battelle, which cleans upwards of 80,000 masks a day, and can make what was a one-time use, a 3-time cycle.
Pocono Record - One of those pivotal PEMA missions included acquiring a Battelle CCDS Critical Care Decontamination System for the commonwealth, allowing for the decontamination of center N95 masks up to 20 times.
May 11, 2020
The Columbus Dispatch - Dr. Alex Harrison, a recent graduate of Ohio State University’s College of Medicine, is working in Seattle as part of a team from Battelle decontaminating N95 masks for frontline health-care providers.
May 8, 2020
The Roanoke Times - A new facility on Virginia Tech’s campus is taking aim at the N95 mask shortage that hampered medical efforts earlier in the coronavirus pandemic.
May 5, 2020
WTMJ - While Personal Protective Equipment is still hard to come by, a decontamination site in Madison promises to clean as many as 80,000 N95 masks a day and get them back into circulation.
May 2, 2020
Columbus CEO - Columbus region companies and research institutions are ground zero for development of the equipment, medicine and information sharing the world needs to combat COVID-19.
May 1, 2020
Reuters - A sensorimotor neural interface successfully restored touch sensation in a patient with quadriplegia resulting from spinal cord injury (SCI), researchers report.
Apr 27, 2020
Wired - After spending years working to adjust to his new reality, Burkhart enrolled in an experimental program called NeuroLife at Battelle, a nonprofit research organization in Ohio. The plan was to implant a small computer chip in his brain and use it to improve the range of motion in his arms and to artificially recreate his sense of touch. It was a long shot, but Burkhart says the potential upside was worth it.
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