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The Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies is a team — MIT, the Army, and industry – working together to discover and field technologies that dramatically advance Soldier protection and survivability capabilities.

Institute for Soldier Technologies
Prof. John D. Joannopoulos

Congratulations to ISN Director Prof. John Joannopoulos on being named the 2015 recipient of the Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics.

Click here for the APS web page on the Rahman Prize, and here for the web page of Prof. Joannopoulos' Ab-Initio Physics Research Group.

 
SRA 1: Lightweight, Multifunctional Nanostructured Materials

SRA 1: Lightweight, Multifunctional Nanostructured Materials

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SRA 2: Soldier Medicine — Prevention, Diagnostics, and Far-Forward Care

SRA 2: Soldier Medicine — Prevention, Diagnostics, and Far-Forward Care

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SRA 3: Blast and Ballistic Threats - Materials Damage, Injury Mechanisms, and Lightweight Protection

SRA 3: Blast and Ballistic Threats - Materials Damage, Injury Mechanisms, and Lightweight Protection

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SRA 4: Hazardous Substances Sensing

SRA 4: Hazardous Substances Sensing

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SRA 5: Nanosystems Integration: Flexible Capabilities in Complex Environments

SRA 5: Nanosystems Integration: Flexible Capabilities in Complex Environments

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