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ECBC captures the look and feel of modern engineering.
ECBC to provide air, water, sediment sample analysis for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in first phase of remediation effort at Redstone Arsenal.
ECBC employs Eagle Awareness Training for personnel working down range.
Advanced design and rapid prototyping help ECBC explore field deployable solutions for weapons of mass destruction elimination.
A new advanced technology demonstration addressed the demand for stronger biosurveillance capabilities on the Korean peninsula.
From hot air balloon rides to half marathons, ECBC's Lisa Smagala uses her life experiences to advance her career as a systems engineer.
ECBC teams lead new test and evaluation program for chemical detectors used by city mass transit systems.
Science & Technology
Collaboration with South Dakota State University ensures hazardous levels of anti-parasitic agent were not present in tested meat sample.
ECBC partners with the Kirk U.S. Army Health Clinic to ensure safety of deployed personnel.
New mask design for DoD flight crews enable Warfighter to operate face-free, with the face plate ready within seconds when a chemical or biological threat is perceived.
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