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August 30th, 2006

Nanotechnology Adoption in the Defense and Security Sector

Abstract:
Advancements in the nanotechnology industry promise to offer improvements in capabilities across a spectrum of applications. This is of immense strategic importance to the defense and security sector, which has historically leveraged technological advances.

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