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January 20th, 2003
MIT Project Seeks to Outfit Fighter With Nanotechnology
Imagine a futuristic battleground where soldier uniforms as light as paper resist bullets, treat wounds, and detect chemical and biological poisons, where soft fabrics morph into splints, and battle suit sensors relay details about a soldier's location and physical condition to headquarters.
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