The Army says it has found unsafe levels of groundwater pollution on private property where a developer wants to build more than 700 homes near a Fort Detrick Superfund site.
The red lights in the Army’s newest lab at Fort Detrick are not designed to set the mood. Rather, they allow human researchers to work without throwing off their subjects’ nocturnal nature.
Water is all it takes to hatch fish embryos in a kit developed by the Fort Detrick-based U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research to help test for water toxicity, according to scientists.
The Pentagon is honoring a scientist at Fort Detrick in Frederick with its top award for career civilian employees.
A new study authored by Army scientists at Fort Detrick reports that a treatment grown in tobacco plants cured three of seven monkeys that developed symptoms from the deadly Ebola virus.
Fort Detrick officials say two construction workers were injured when a fire broke out at an Army lab under construction.
Fort Detrick is welcoming a new garrison commander to the Army installation in Frederick.
Maj. Scotty Long is no historian, but his work sometimes leads him to extract DNA from century-old mosquitoes kept by the Smithsonian Institution.
Critics of Fort Detrick in Frederick are hailing a bill requiring closer scrutiny of cancer cluster investigations.
A Frederick developer is seeking $37 million for what it claims is the Army’s failure to stop toxic chemicals from Fort Detrick from polluting groundwater off post.
Officials at Fort Detrick in Frederick say they’re reopening an entrance gate that was closed for budgetary reasons just one week ago.
Employees at Fort Detrick in Frederick have one less gate by which to access the Army installation.