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December 10th, 2004

Army Conference Highlights Indian-American Contributions

Abstract:
One of the areas the Indian American researchers are focusing on is Nanotechnology. They believe that it will provide the technological seeds for change in the way the military specifically the U.S. Army functions in terms of logistics, operations, strategy and tactics.

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