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Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives - Scientists created special tools, called thermal dosimeters, for testing Metal Parts Treater temperatures in the Blue Grass main plant.

GovCon Wire - Executive Mosaic is honored to present Lou Von Thaer, president and CEO of Battelle, as an inductee into the 2020 Wash100 Award.

Columbus Business First - Heintz went to college at the University of Michigan (you'll have to listen to the episode for her surprising take on Ohio State football fans) and tried out a few different areas of study before falling in love with chemistry.

MIT Technology Review - Synthetic versions of the deadly virus could help test treatments. But what are the risks when viruses can be synthetized from scratch?

GovCon Wire - Stephen Steinour, president and CEO of bank holding company Huntington Bancshares, has joined the board of directors of Battelle.

Global Biodefense - Battelle Memorial Institute has been awarded a $7,483,871 contract option for further research and development of an advanced networked biological threat sensor as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s SIGMA+ program.

Industry Week - The network of 18 STEM organizations across 16 states provides an accessible platform to share, analyze and disseminate quality STEM education tools.

MIT Technology Review - A new DARPA research program is developing brain-computer interfaces that could control “swarms of drones, operating at the speed of thought.” What if it succeeds?

GovCon Wire - Dedrone has acquired the rights to a counter-small unmanned aerial system from Battelle and established a consultancy business unit to offer sUAS detection and mitigation support to the Department of Defense.

The Ada News - Dr. Philip Cheney is taking a Chickasaw warrior attitude to help end illegal opioid shipments to America by international drug smugglers.

KTUU TV - A National Science Foundation-funded project, NEON (National Ecological Observatory Network), is working on using LiDAR (Light Identification Detection and Ranging) technology.

Military Embedded Systems - Counterfeiting of electronics and components for military systems is widespread, posing an enormous challenge for designers and users.

MDDI Online - Over the course of a five-year study, a paralyzed man was able to regain conscious control of his hand, wrist, and fingers by using a brain-computer interface technology from Battelle called NeuroLife.

The Columbus Dispatch - Next year, scientists will embark on a 30-year initiative to track changes in the country’s ecosystems.

WOSU Public Media - Battelle scientists are in the midst of the three-decade scientific mapping effort that became fully operational this year. The company showed off the tools of the trade Tuesday at the Ohio State University Airport.

ExecutiveBiz - Battelle is set to study commercial off-the-shelf fluorine-free fire suppression foams to validate if they have met military specifications.

The Columbus Dispatch - Finding answers for families is what makes the second annual “Ohio Missing Persons Day” on Sunday so important, Forney said.

Bloomberg Environment - Researchers at the Columbus, Ohio-based Battelle Memorial Institute are developing a process to find signatures common to various sources of PFAS contamination.

Breaking Defense - With war and terrorism festering in the warmer parts of the world, US troops still have to deploy to mosquito-infested areas, and the current protections are…crude.

The Frederick News Post - Vivian Smith specializes in biosafety level 3 and 4 laboratories — the ones found scattered throughout Fort Detrick.

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