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Consortium Benefits
Joining the ISN Industry Consortium offers a range of benefits to companies, based on level of participation. These include:
  • Access to cutting-edge research in diverse nanotechnologies, such as multi-functional materials, mechanical actuators, energy absorbing materials for ballistic protection, chemical/biological sensors and protection, far forward medical treatment, biomedical engineering, process engineering, mathematical modeling and simulation, and systems integration.
  • Collaboration with MIT faculty and students in state-of-the-art nanoscience and engineering laboratories.
  • Opportunity for licensing ISN inventions.
  • Opportunity to participate in research planning and to commission ISN research targeted to soldier needs of particular relevance to the industry sponsor.
  • Knowledge of U.S. Army's development efforts for new soldier technology.
  • Early access to technology commercialization opportunities.
  • Opportunity to compete for substantial peer reviewed Army funding (6.2) to enable accelerated transitioning of ISN innovations to commercial technologies.

Find out more about the three levels of ISN Industry Consortium participation.

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