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May 23rd, 2003

MIT and U.S. Army officially open the ISN

The Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN), a research collaboration between the United States Army and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, formally opened its doors today (May 22) with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony in front of the ISN's 28,000 square-foot facility located at 500 Technology Square. More than 300 members of the MIT community, the U.S. Army and ISN industrial partners were in attendance. (more on earlier article) Partner Details


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