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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.

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Diagram of frequency vs. momentum in two dimensions. Image courtesy of Bo Zhen

ISN-affiliated scientists experimentally demonstrate for the first time a "ring of exceptional points," a fundamental advancement that could lead to breakthroughs in sensing and laser technologies.

Click here to learn more. A paper on the research will be published in the upcoming issue of Nature.

 
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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