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June 21st, 2005
Gonzalez secures $8 million for defense projects in S.A.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Defense Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2006, which includes $8 million in funding for several San Antonio research projects.
The institute plans to use the funds to develop nanotechnology-driven protective clothing for soldiers deployed in the field.
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