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Dogs' Keen Noses Amaze Scientists

Reporter: Kathy Lynn Gray
Source: The Columbus Dispatch

Wednesday April 3, 2013

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His tail wagging and his eyes on high alert, the dog poked his nose into the nooks and crannies of a Battelle warehouse yesterday.

When his handler tapped the top of a cabinet, he stretched up for a sniff, then dropped back onto all fours to continue his search. Suddenly, after a long sniff in one area, he plopped into a sitting position and waited.

“Good boy!” Officer Bryan Thompson praised as he fished a rubber toy out of his pocket and tossed it to Duran, one of two bomb-sniffing dogs with Ohio State University’s police department."

Read more on The Columbus Dispatch.


Battelle Venture Selected to Spread Personalized Learning in Central Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Jan. 15, 2015)— Two national nonprofits are looking to Battelle Education for leadership in bringing a new teaching method to schools in Columbus and the surrounding region.

Next Generation Learning Challenges and Education Cities backed Battelle Education's bid to join the Emerging Harbormaster Network, providing new support for efforts...

Battelle and GISi Provide Military Trainers Range Managers Tool Kit (RMTK) Support for Operational Training Ranges

Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines use automated tools and software to enhance safety while conducting realistic live fire training

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Jan. 14, 2015)—Dropping bombs, shooting guns and missiles, and employing laser range finders are inherently risky activities which the military manages by conducting rigorous and frequent training...

Battelle’s HorizonVue™ Camera Demonstrates Undersea 360-degree Views from an Undersea Robot

QUINCY, Mass. (Jan. 12, 2015)—For the first time, Battelle’s HorizonVue undersea camera was integrated with a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) as part of  a demo in the Quincy Shipyard, home of Battelle’s Bluefin Robotics.

The new camera allowed operators to see the harbor floor, a nearby hull and...