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

June 21st, 2019

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

June 7th, 2019

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

Chemical Hot Air Decontamination

May 17th, 2019

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…

Gregory Peterson spins engineered carbon with a polymer to make CWA resistant fabric.
Army Researchers Explore Filtration Benefits of Synthetic Carbon

Researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center are exploring the use of synthetic carbon…

During the live-fire tests at Dugway Proving Ground, the M109A6 Paladin was used to fire M110A2 M155 howitzer and M795 mm High Explosive rounds for the data collection event. Ground Combat Directorate, Yuma Proving Grounds fired close to 200 rounds during the event. (Photo credit: Dugway Proving Ground Public Affairs Office.)
Software Upgrade Could Advance Long-Range Fire Detection

Miles off the beaten path in the Utah desert, a group of researchers and military personnel collected data during a…

A tray of chemical agent identification sets is prepared for destruction using the Explosive Destruction System at Pine Bluff Arsenal (Photo credit: CCDC Chemical Biological Center)
Team Puts Existing Chemical Destruction Technology to New Use at Pine Bluff Arsenal

Pine Bluff Arsenal (PBA), located 35 miles south of Little Rock, Arkansas, has a history of chemical weapons production and…

Leading women researchers at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center. L-R: Elizabeth Dhummakupt, Megan Hower, Erin Durke & Jennifer Soliz
Women Researchers Work for the Warfighter

After a brief meeting with a Soldier, Ex Lab engineers developed this trip line hook which breaks down to lay flat when not in use.
Expeditionary Lab Provides the Right Tools for the Job

Alena Calm assists students with focusing a microscope on a fly wing. (Photo credit: CCDC Chemical Biological Center photo by Shawn Nesaw)
Center scientist meets with the next-generation scientists

Our scientists love what they do – developing cutting edge solutions to defend against chemical and biological threats for the…

Jennifer Soliz, Ph.D., pulverizes self-indicating colormetric response materials with a mortar and pestle. (Photo Credit: CCDC Chemical Biological Center photo by Shawn Nesaw)
New Color Changing Materials Discovered for Chemical Threat Detection

A plume of unidentified smoke fills the air ahead of ground units on the battlefield. Immediately, a gray drone deploys,…

Chains of intracellular metal nanoparticles called magnetosomes.
Army Researchers Make Groundbreaking Advance in Nanoparticle Production

In the search for new defenses against chemical, biological and radiological threats, researchers often look toward nature, where simple organisms…