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Military Nanotechnology - How Worried Should We Be? - Nanowerk

All major powers are making efforts to research and develop nanotechnology. Asian and European countries, with the exception of Sweden (Swedish Defence Nanotechnology Programme), do not run dedicated programs for defense nanotechnology research. Stressing continued technological superiority as its main strategic advantage, it is determined to exploit nanotechnology for future military use and it certainly wants to be No. Department of Defense (DoD) is a major investor, spending well over 30% of all federal investment dollars in nanotechnology. Of the $352m spent on nanotech by the DoD in 2005, $1m, or roughly 0. 25%, went into research dealing with potential health and environmental risks.

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Military Nanotechnology Applications TheNanoAge.com

Nanotechnology In The Military - AZoNano

Nanotechnology In The Military

Military Uses Of Nanotechnology And Military - AZoNano.com

The implications of possible future nanotechnological developments in the military are briefly explored. based nanotechnology projects in the USA, UK, Sweden and European Union are also covered.
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Military Nanotechnology Applications TheNanoAge.com

Nanotechnology In The Military - AZoNano.com

Military Nanotechnology Applications TheNanoAge.com

Military Nanotechnology - How Worried Should We Be?

All major powers are making efforts to research and develop nanotechnology. Asian and European countries, with the exception of Sweden (Swedish Defence Nanotechnology Programme), do not run dedicated programs for defense nanotechnology research. Stressing continued technological superiority as its main strategic advantage, it is determined to exploit nanotechnology for future military use and it certainly wants to be No. Department of Defense (DoD) is a major investor, spending well over 30% of all federal investment dollars in nanotechnology. Of the $352m spent on nanotech by the DoD in 2005, $1m, or roughly 0. 25%, went into research dealing with potential health and environmental risks.