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January 9th, 2007
Somehow we missed the original launch of the 12-minute video describing MIT's Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, funded by the U.S. Army.
It includes animated sequences depicting combat scenarios and how nanotechnologies could be used in response. Some of these are pretty science-fictiony, which means they have at least some chance of being accurate projections.
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