Pentagon awards $75 million for advanced textiles institute

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Sensors that can detect tears in parachute nylons before they become deadly, troop uniforms studded with electronics that can sense chemical agents, and self-powered tents that can save fuel: the U.S. military is banking on a new public-private partnership to make these a reality.

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