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May 28th, 2003

U.S. Army has 'big plans' for nanotechnology

Abstract:
From shape-shifting armor to fabric that can turn away microbes as well as bullets to new power sources, the U.S. Army has big plans for nanotechnology. With help from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the military has finally started to get cracking. (more on earlier article)

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