CB Defense Today Conversation with Dr. Hann

April 15th, 2021

DEVCOM CBC Makerspace Used for Detection Capability

April 6th, 2021

Army Experts Help DHS Develop Standoff Chemical Detection Capability

March 3rd, 2021

Partnership Provides Opportunities in Biomanufacturing for Local Students

February 11th, 2021

DEVCOM CBC Invention Contributes to COVID-19 Research

January 14th, 2021

Center Explores AI/ML Potential in Development of Chemical Biological Defense Solutions

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — Artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) is a next-generation computer capability that holds the potential…

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DEVCOM CBC Brings in New and Diverse Talent During the Pandemic

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — The Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) recently welcomed three new employees…

Army Applies Lung-on-a-Chip Technology to COVID-19 Research

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — Military units conduct reconnaissance missions to obtain information – by visual observation or other detection…

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Center’s Mobile Lab Expertise Enables Readiness

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — When the U.S. Army needed to test more than 3,000 Soldiers for COVID-19 prior to…

The Negatively Pressurized CONEX Lite system is placed inside an Air Force C-130 Hercules.
CCDC Chemical Biological Center Helps Air Force Design, Test and Field Large-Scale COVID-19 Transport Capability in Record Time

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — Anytime a deployed warfighter tests positive for COVID-19 he or she needs to be transported…

Chemical biological operations personnel from the Center’s Chemical Biological Application and Risk Reduction unit conduct a Level-B sampling mission at the site of a discovered underground storage tank on Aberdeen Proving Ground South.
CBARR Supports APG Garrison in Mystery Storage Tank Mission

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD – Recently, an electrical utility contractor  digging a trench near a building on Aberdeen Proving Ground…

Decon Blend is mixed for use at a fire and police training session. The product was developed at tested at the CCDC Chemical Biological Center and transferred to a civilian partner for commercialization. It is lighter and takes up less space than most conventional liquid decontamination products like bleach or hydrogen peroxide-based products.
Center Recognized by Federal Laboratory Consortium for Achievements in Technology Transfer

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD – The Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center received two awards from the Federal…

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Man’s Best Friend Joins COVID-19 Fight

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD – The U.S. Army and the University of Pennsylvania have entered into a cooperative research and…

Army Scientist Plays Key Role in International Ban on Nerve Agent

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD — The world was reminded of the existence of a deadly Russian-developed nerve agent in March…

DoD Identifies Commercial Decontaminant for Field Use Against COVID-19

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD – A chemical and biological decontamination solution improved through testing and evaluation by the Combat Capabilities…