Soldiers from U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army's 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-yield Explosive (CBRNE), and U.S. Marine Corps' 14th Marine Air Group put CBRN technology through its paces in the field during a simulated mission at CBOA.

CBOA Provides Opportunities to See New Technologies in the Field

September 18th, 2019

CCDC Chemical Biological Center chemist Janlyn Eikenberg rinses slurry from a test door during a demonstration to U.S. Army Pacific Command at Bellows Air Force Base, Oahu, Hawaii.

Sprayable Decontaminant Slurry Could be in Warfighter Hands Soon

August 14th, 2019

Co-primary investigators, Hui Wang, Ph.D. and John Landers, Ph.D. hope to fight chemical warfare agents with light. Photo by Shawn Nesaw.

CCDC Chemical Biological Center Researchers Shine a Light on Wearable Technology

July 26th, 2019

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…

Dr. Frederick J. Cox, Ph.D. receives his official Senior Executive Service pin from CCDC Chemical Biological Center Director, Eric L. Moore, Ph.D. Photo by Shawn Nesaw.
Dr. Frederick Cox Becomes Army’s Newest Senior Executive

CCDC Chemical Biological Center’s Director Eric L. Moore, Ph.D., officiated the proceedings and delivered remarks highlighting Cox’s contributions to the…

Iodine Grenade Could Provide Biological Decontamination

The ability to easily ensure that books, papers, computers, and electronics recovered by warfighters in the field are free from biological hazards is critical to military operations. Researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Command Chemical (CCDC) Biological Center are working on a device that could get the job done with the pull of a grenade pin.

Army Researchers Look to Biology to Develop Next-Gen Power Alternatives

Together, the scientists are developing technologies that leverage the unique properties of bacterial magnetosomes – biologically-derived nanoparticles that have a…

Minority Undergraduate Student Internship Program Continues to Offer Opportunities

Minority Undergraduate Student Internship Program (MUSIP), aimed at providing undergraduate students with the opportunity to work with Center scientists and engineers, begins.

Cum Scientia Defendimus - With Science We Defend reminds the CCDC Chemical Biological Center workforce of the unique relationship between Soldier and scientist. (Photo credit: CCDC Chemical Biological Center photo by Jack Bunja.)
CCDC Chemical Biological Center Statue Honors Soldiers, Scientists

The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center unveiled a permanent reminder of the relationship between Soldiers and…

Frederick Cox, Ph.D., has been named research and technology director for the CCDC Chemical Biological Center.
Cox Selected as CCDC Chemical Biological Center R&T Director

Cox has also been appointed to the Army Senior Executive Service (SES) Corps, the civilian equivalent to a general or…

Joe Myers, chemist and primary investigator of CHAD, stands next to one of four SIV chambers.
Chemical Hot Air Decontamination

Recently, Center researchers have been working with a process called Chemical Hot Air Decontamination (CHAD) to remove toxic contaminants from…

Chemical Biological Center Holds 3rd Annual Gas Mask Dash

The course started at the pavilion at Capa Field on Aberdeen Proving Ground South, winding its way around Post and…

Rick Moore explains how 3D printers at the Center have aided in forensic investigations. (Photo credit: CCDC Chemical Biological Center photo by Shawn Nesaw)
State and Local Leaders Visit Chemical Biological Center during Immersion Day

Maryland delegates and local county officials were welcomed to Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) recently to engage with the U.S. Army…