Heinz wins Battelle’s Inventor of the Year award
Battelle said today it named Amy Heintz as its Inventor of the Year for their work on anti-icing systems, next-gen solar cells and novel drug delivery devices.
Heintz has worked at Battelle for 13 years, and received the award at the Celebration of Solvers event held at the Columbus Museum of Art. Heintz is the first female to be named Inventor of the Year.
“I am grateful to be recognized for work that is so meaningful to me. It is a privilege to work at an organization like Battelle where I have the chance to apply fundamental science to solving problems in so many different areas. I look forward to what’s ahead. The fast pace of discovery research makes this a really exciting time for applications research,” Heintz said in a prepared statement.
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