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Columbus Dispatch - Columbus is already home to myriad music festivals, arts festivals, ethnic festivals and more. Now the city will soon become home to a science festival.

Columbus Business First - COSI is partnering with Battelle to create a four-day science festival in Central Ohio.

CNN - Another headline about a fiery Tesla crash has people wondering if those lithium ion batteries are safe.

WCMH - Columbus - Ohio students are helping end heart disease, the number one killer of men and women in the U.S.

Lab Equipment - Three decades ago, DNA profiling was used for the first time in the United States, successfully tying a rapist to his crime.

Columbus Dispatch - With about $100,000 and a little specialized knowledge, a Canadian researcher and his team resurrected horsepox in 2016.

ExecutiveBiz - ExecutiveBiz spoke with Lewis “Lou” Von Thaer, Battelle’s ninth President and CEO in the company’s 87+ years since its inception in 1929.

Defense News - Multiple senior U.S. officials recently testified before Congress regarding the rising threat that weaponized UAVs pose to U.S forces abroad.

Columbus Monthly - After a freak accident left Ian Burkhart paralyzed, Ohio State and Battelle asked him for his best remaining asset—his brain. Three years later, he’s given more than they imagined possible.

Business First - U.S. Sen. Rob Portman stopped by the Battelle Advanced Manufacturing vehicle plant on the west side on Thursday as part of a five-day national defense tour across Ohio.

Popular Science - Insurgent groups increasingly use drones as scouts and tiny bombers, so Homeland Security has turned to the DroneDefender.

Forensic Magazine - The future of DNA analysis is next-generation sequencing, also known as massively parallel sequencing.

Washington Technology - Threats from chemical and biological agents—known and yet unknown synthetic variations—are real, growing in potential and consequence, and becoming more attractive to terrorist organizations.

Scientific American - Researchers at the Earth Institute at Columbia University and Battelle Memorial Institute studied air temperature data from weather stations.

UPI - The U.S. National Guard Bureau is to receive mission training and support services from Battelle.

Environmental Protection - Doctors and health gurus are always telling us to drink more water for our health—but what if that water is contaminated by a potentially toxic chemical?

Columbus Dispatch - Battelle, the world’s biggest nonprofit research and development agency, announced the findings of a two-year project for the National Institute of Justice.

Columbus Dispatch - After nearly 50 years of tobacco research, Battelle announced on Tuesday that it would start studying the effects of other substances including opioids and marijuana.

Signal - There are days when Andrew Sweeney transforms from a 38-year-old industrial designer into a superhero.

Government Matters - 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.

Media Contacts

Katy Delaney
Director, Media Relations
Office: 1.614.424.7208
Email: delaneyk@battelle.org 


T.R. Massey

Senior Media Specialist
Office: 1.614.424.5544 
Email: masseytr@battelle.org