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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 Unifies Maritime Technologies Leadership Structure

Positions Battelle, Bluefin Robotics and SeeByte to offer market-driven innovation to government and commercial customers

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Dec. 18, 2014)—Battelle announced this week that its wide array of maritime technologies will now be housed under one leadership structure lead by Rear Admiral Fred Byus, USN (Ret.) to better...

Battelle and Rhombus Join to Offer Nuclear Security Solutions

Teaming combines Rhombus’ breakthrough nuclear detection products with Battelle’s extensive system engineering and service delivery capabilities in CBRNE defense

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Dec. 4, 2014)—Battelle, the world’s largest non-profit research and development organization and Rhombus Power Inc., a Silicon Valley startup located in the NASA Research Park,...

DeviceSecure™ Services Help Medical Device Developers Stay a Step Ahead of Hackers

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Dec. 3, 2014)—Hacking is in the news every day—retailers, banks, governments, hospitals and many others have been victims. The threat extends to all connected devices and networked medical devices are no exception. Now, Battelle has a service to help.

The worry about data protection and safety may be...