Recovery capability leads to increased support around the world for CBARR

October 12th, 2018

Groundbreaking Research Shows Potential to Detect Opioid Exposure

October 12th, 2018

Porton Man Does the Dirty Work

September 11th, 2018

The summer of STEM at RDECOM C&B Center

Through the JSTI program, students are mentored by Department of Defense scientists at the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering…

Science teachers work alongside Army researchers to hone laboratory skills

The Joint Science and Technology Institute is a residential research experience, funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). The…

RDECOM C&B Team Trains U.S. Soldiers Abroad

The 23rd CBRN BN had the opportunity to refine their skills while also receiving advanced instruction in other areas such…

RDECOM ECBC Hall of Fame Opens with Two Inductees

Dr. James Baker, who spent nearly half a century at ECBC, and Dr. Harry Salem, who serves the Center’s chief…

Baker inducted into RDECOM C&B Hall of Fame

Beginning his career in 1969 as a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army Chemical Corps at the Chemical Systems Laboratory…

Life sciences chief Salem inducted into Hall of Fame

“I’m very excited and flattered and honored to even be considered for this Hall of Fame,” Salem said. “I’ve done…

An RDECOM C&B Explosive Destruction System technician holds a sign in front of six 105mm problematic projectiles just before entering them into the vessel for a detonation, signaling the start of the second campaign for this destruction technology. (Photo courtesy of PEO ACWA.)
RDECOM C&B personnel continue chemical agent destruction operations in Pueblo

In support of the Program Executive Office, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives’ (PEO ACWA) mission to safely destroy the chemical weapons…

New JCAD model tests for opioids, illegal drugs
New JCAD model tests for opioids, illegal drugs

This upgrade, developed by the U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command Chemical & Biological Center (RDECOM C&B), comes concurrently…

Handheld Genomic Sequencer Shows Promise in Field Demo
Handheld Genomic Sequencer Shows Promise in Field Demo

Owned by Oxford Nanopore Technologies and released to scientists for testing in 2013, the MinION is a DNA/RNA sequencer that…

A Soldier with the 82nd Airborne Division spits into a test tube that researchers from the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command Soldier Center tested for cortisol levels during a stress shoot test. (Photo credit: David Kamm, RDECOM Soldier Center)
Saliva Samples Provide Gauge for Warfighter Readiness

By isolating and analyzing certain biomarkers found in saliva, scientists can determine a warfighter’s physical condition and determine whether to…