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The Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) provides state-of-the-art science, technology and engineering solutions to meet the rapidly changing needs of the warfighter. Located in Edgewood, MD, ECBC offers more than 85 years experience in chemical and


ECBC Chief Scientist Visits Slovenia in University Collaboration
Harry Salem, Ph.D., traveled to the University of Nova Gorica in Slovenia to deliver a lecture on toxicology in the 21st century. He was invited as part of a collaboration between Nova Gorica and Rutgers University, where he serves as a visiting professor, teaching chemical toxicology in its graduate program.

Dr. James Valdes Chairs Valued Technical Program Committee At Army Science Conference
Dr. James Valdes, the senior technologist (ST) for biotechnology at Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC), played a key role in the 27th Annual Army Science Conference, held recently in Florida. Valdes chaired the Technical Program Committee.

Department of Homeland Security’s James Johnson Visits ECBC’s Sample Receipt Facility
The SRF is the nation’s premier facility that, once complete, will be able to receive, triage, sample and screen “unknowns” from all over the world including military theaters of operation, intelligence organizations and law enforcement agencies. Johnson also toured ECBC’s Advanced Chemistry Laboratory, which complements the SRF’s activities.

ECBC to Support USACE’s Munition Destruction Operations at Spring Valley FUD Site
Staff members from the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center’s (ECBC) Chemical Biological Application and Risk Reduction Business Unit (CBARR) will assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in its efforts to destroy conventional munitions initially discovered in a neighborhood near Northwest Washington, D.C. Operations, which began today, Jan. 11, are expected to last less than two weeks.