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    Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Chemical and Biological Technologies Department      

    Ft. Belvoir, VA, US  

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    Recent Videos

    Sprayable Slurry

    Sprayable Slurry

    01.31.2019 | Courtesy Video
    Researchers at DTRA and U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command are developing a Sprayable Slurry that makes decontaminating...
    How Sweet It Is!

    How Sweet It Is!

    12.20.2018 | Courtesy Video
    Researchers at DTRA CB teamed up with Northwestern and Cornell Universities to to potentially speed up therapeutic development with GlycoSCORES.
    Cloudy With a Chance of Melioidosis

    Cloudy With a Chance of Melioidosis

    08.29.2018 | Courtesy Video
    How does weather influence the spread of disease-causing bacteria? Researchers at @UCLA and DTRA wanted to find out. http://bit.ly/2Lhn6xH
    Bats Help Solve the Marburg Mystery

    Bats Help Solve the Marburg Mystery

    06.14.2018 | Courtesy Video
    Could bats help cure diseases? New research suggests it's possible! Exploring the difference between bat and human antiviral response, researchers...
    2017 CBD S&T Conference Wrap-Up

    2017 CBD S&T Conference Wrap-Up

    02.02.2018 | Courtesy Video
    The 2017 CBD S&T Conference brought 1,400 scientists, program managers and leaders together from across the globe to make the world safer by...
    DTRA 20th Anniversary Legacy Video

    DTRA 20th Anniversary Legacy Video

    01.22.2018 | Video by <a href="/portfolio/1304967/jessica-lewis">Jessica Lewis</a>
    DTRA's history begins with the #ManhattanProject, which then split into the Atomic Energy Commission and the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project...

    Recent News Stories

    An Epic Tool for Force Readiness

    An Epic Tool for Force Readiness

    03.26.2019 | Story by <a href="/portfolio/1430918/nate-mcdonald">Nate McDonald</a>
    Nearly 200,000 American warfighters are based in more than 175 countries around the world, and each installation presents its own set of...

    When Losing Memory is a Good Thing

    03.26.2019 | Courtesy Story
    The human body is complex, highly integrated and very smart. It has evolved over time to be able to build immunities to all sorts of deadly threats. The body develops an immune memory so it can react quickly and fight future exposures to threats. Unfortunately, it also builds an immunity to medical countermeasures, vaccines and drugs used to treat those exposed to threats. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Chemical and Biological...

    Recent Publications

    JSTO in the News - 01.31.2019

    JSTO in the News - 01.31.2019

    No Small Thing: "Nanobot" Enzymes Counter Chemical Threats, Perceptive Dragon 2: Honing Integrated Early Warning Capabilities, Sprayable Slurry...
    JSTO in the News - 12.17.2018

    JSTO in the News - 12.17.2018

    Fluorescence Lights the Way Toward Improved Protective Garments, Warfighters Test Drive Tomorrow's Technology, Pioneering the Data Frontier:...
    JSTO in the News - 10.16.2018

    JSTO in the News - 10.16.2018

    The Building Blocks of Protection: DNA Vaccines; Ring of Hope: New Vaccine Rounds Up Ebola; On the Horizon of Development: Taking Stock of Our Science
    JSTO in the News - 08.21.2018

    JSTO in the News - 08.21.2018

    New Drug Strikes Nerve Agent, Today's Forecast: Cloudy With A Chance of Melioidosis, Engineered Enzymes: A New Way to Detox
    JSTO in the News - 07.17.2018

    JSTO in the News - 07.17.2018

    Oasis of Data in the SAHARA, A Second Skin for the First Layer of Defense, Before the Battlefield: Competition Spurs Warfighter Innovations

    Recent Images

    Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

    Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

    11.16.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    Porton Man is a sensor-equipped mannequin capable of detecting and evaluating the impact of chemical and biological agents on warfighter uniforms,...
    Next-Generation DNA Delivery Devices

    Next-Generation DNA Delivery Devices

    10.15.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    A number of DNA vaccine delivery devices are in commercial development which have the potential to overcome these logistical burdens. Several of...
    Ebola Virus Disease

    Ebola Virus Disease

    10.15.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    When Ebola virus disease (EVD) reared its head in May in the Congo, the world was armed with the rVSV-ZEBOV vaccine thanks to interagency...
    Oasis of Data in the SAHARA

    Oasis of Data in the SAHARA

    07.17.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    The Climate SOM Process within SAHARA, including mapping and training phases. The training phase includes interim steps which feedback to...
    How Sweet It Is: GlycoSCORES Speed Drug Development

    How Sweet It Is: GlycoSCORES Speed Drug Development

    07.16.2018 | Photo by <a href="/portfolio/1380600/rajagau-tuan-lante">Gen. Rajagau Tuan Lante</a>
    Loading TECAN: Researchers remove a sample plate from the robotic handler. With 384 sample spots (including several for calibration/calibration...