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The influx of fresh water from Arctic climate change is impacting seasonal fisheries and plankton.   Image The influx of fresh water from Arctic climate change is impacting seasonal fisheries and plankton.
Updated February 22, 2007
Lizards' signals must be strong enough for a rival to see without alerting predators.   Image Lizards' signals must be strong enough for a rival to see without alerting predators.
Updated February 22, 2007
The story of the Liberty Bell is now live at: http://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/liberty.   Image The story of the Liberty Bell is now live at: http://www.nsf.gov/ news/special_reports/liberty.
Updated February 22, 2007
Photo of icescape.   Image International Polar Year is a global research effort.
Updated February 21, 2007
Sensors have a range of potential uses in medicine.   Image Sensors have a range of potential uses in medicine.
Updated February 21, 2007
Close up of hand holding G-LINK Wireless Accelerometer   Image G-LINK Wireless Accelerometer nodes monitored vibration and shock loads within the Liberty Bell.
Updated February 21, 2007
The MicroStrain Nano-DVRT wireless sensors clamped to the Liberty Bell.   Image The MicroStrain Nano-DVRT wireless sensors clamped to the Liberty Bell.
Updated February 21, 2007
The Liberty Bell in the Liberty Bell Center.   Image The Liberty Bell in the Liberty Bell Center.
Updated February 21, 2007
The first-generation sensor-embedded knee prosthesis was dubbed the eKnee.   Image The first-generation sensor-embedded knee prosthesis was dubbed the eKnee.
Updated February 21, 2007
Doctors implanted the first strain sensor-equipped human knee prosthesis in 2004.   Image Doctors implanted the first strain sensor-equipped human knee prosthesis in 2004.
Updated February 21, 2007
Illustration of computer screen and sensor embedded in a bridge span.   Image MicroStrain's remote, structure-monitoring concept uses embedded sensors that can track stress.
Updated February 21, 2007
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