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Army Chemist Receives Award for STEM Innovation

September 13th, 2021

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Smaller, Faster Prototype Detects Chemicals in Fingerprints

August 19th, 2021

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Man’s Best Friend Persists in Fight Against Covid-19

August 10th, 2021

Bucknell Students Contribute to Army Sensor Capability

July 9th, 2021

Army Chemical Corps Names Debra Thedford as Distinguished Member

July 9th, 2021

The multi-material filament system allows printing of up to four different materials at once by calculating how much material is needed for each material break per layer.
Upgrades Enhance Researchers’ Rapid Prototyping Capabilities

CCDC Chemical Biological Center booth at CBD S&T 2019
Chemical Biological Center Showcases Research at Nation’s Largest CB Conference

Current advancements in biochemistry have unlocked the possibility of futuristic advancements such as controlling swarms of drones via neural implants. (Illustration by Andrew Levin, CCDC Chemical Biological Center)
Researchers Help DoD Consider Challenges of Human Enhancement

Dexter Jennings demonstrates how the larger crates open, allowing Soldiers easier access to the contents. (Photo by Shawn Nesaw, CCDC Chemical Biological Center)
Unique Team Handles Army’s Chemical and Biological Packaging

To ensure force readiness, a coordinated effort between CCDC Chemical Biological Center, Pine Bluff Arsenal and JPEO-CBRND endeavors to supply the 20th CBRNE Command with consumable materials necessary for them to complete their missions around the world through forward-thinking packaging and design, focused procurement and consistent packing and transport capabilities.

Research chemist Erin Durke. Photo by Jack Bunja.
Center Researcher Acknowledged for Outstanding Presentation at International Conference

For Erin Durke, Ph.D., a U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center In-house Laboratory Independent Research (ILIR) project turned out to be an international sensation.

The Center’s custom wall graphics and attention to detail help bring training facilities like this on at the CDTF to life. (Photo credit: JPEO-CBRND)
Center Designers Deliver Realism to CBRN Warfighters

Enhancements made to the Chemical Defense Training Facility (CDTF) at Fort Leonard Wood boost immersive CBRNE training for warfighters.

Soldiers from the 35th Civil Support Team, West Virginia National Guard put CBRN technology through its paces in the field during a simulated mission at CBOA. (Photo by Shawn Nesaw, CCDC Chemical Biological Center)
CBOA Provides Opportunities to See New Technologies in the Field

Researchers from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center met with warfighters and other stakeholders to showcase and garner feedback for emerging chemical and biological defense technologies during a training event at Camp Dawson, West Virginia Aug. 17-23.

Sprayable Decontaminant Slurry Could be in Warfighter Hands Soon

This year marks an exceptional year for US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center chemist Joseph Myers…

Co-primary investigators, Hui Wang, Ph.D. and John Landers, Ph.D. hope to fight CWAs with light. Photo by Shawn Newsaw.
CCDC Chemical Biological Center Researchers Shine a Light on Wearable Technology

Researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center are looking to LEDs to help warfighters battle against chemical warfare agents.

Saltysiak Retires After 30 Years of Military Service

COL Thomas Saltysiak, Ph.D., has called the U.S. Army family for 30 years. And while family is forever, the 47-year…