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January 26th, 2005

Researchers look to nanotechnology to improve missile defense

Abstract:
Recent news about the possible development by other nations of nuclear and chemically armed ballistic missiles has put American missile defense back in the spotlight. To keep America’s missile defenses up to date, the U.S. Army is looking for help from nanotechnology researchers at the University of Louisville.

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