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Steve Arms conducts initial measurements on the Liberty Bell.   Image Steve Arms conducts initial measurements on the Liberty Bell.
Updated January 18, 2007
MicroStrain president Steve Arms monitors the sensor data as the Bell is lifted.   Image MicroStrain president Steve Arms monitors the sensor data as the Bell is lifted.
Updated January 18, 2007
The Liberty Bell hangs after being hoisted out of its supports.   Image The Liberty Bell hangs after being hoisted out of its supports.
Updated January 18, 2007
A close-up view of the spider, a structural brace that helps the Bell support its own weight.   Image A close-up view of the spider, a structural brace that helps the Bell support its own weight.
Updated January 18, 2007
Riggers carefully position tackle that will be used to hoist the Liberty Bell.   Image Riggers carefully position tackle that will be used to hoist the Liberty Bell.
Updated January 18, 2007
A close-up view of the MicroStrain NANO-DVRT wireless sensors clamped to the Liberty Bell.   Image A close-up view of the MicroStrain NANO-DVRT wireless sensors clamped to the Liberty Bell.
Updated January 18, 2007
Andrew Lins worked with Steven Mundell to carefully clamp sensor devices to the Liberty Bell.   Image Andrew Lins worked with Steven Mundell to carefully clamp sensor devices to the Liberty Bell.
Updated January 18, 2007
A view of the famous crack as viewed from within the Liberty Bell   Image A view of the famous crack as viewed from within the Liberty Bell.
Updated January 18, 2007
The Liberty Bell in its current pavilion located on Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   Image The Liberty Bell in its current pavilion located on Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Updated January 18, 2007
The "Tiktaalik" fossil bridges the evolutionary gap between fish and land animals.   Image The "Tiktaalik" fossil bridges the evolutionary gap between fish and land animals.
Updated January 16, 2007
2006 Readers' Choices   Image The stories viewed the most by visitors to the NSF Web site are listed below.
Updated January 9, 2007
Researchers hold the polymer that is critical to their water filtration system.   Image Researchers hold the polymer that is critical to their water filtration system.
Updated January 9, 2007
Researchers will study the genetics of Brassica species like canola and Brussels sprouts.   Image Researchers will study the genetics of Brassica species like canola and Brussels sprouts.
Updated January 9, 2007
Economically important maize is the subject of research funded by the new NSF awards.   Image Economically important maize is the subject of research funded by the new NSF awards.
Updated January 9, 2007
Biologists will investigate the red rice genome to discover whether it was an introduced plant.   Image Biologists will investigate the red rice genome to discover whether it was an introduced plant.
Updated January 9, 2007
Illustration of a 465 foot-segment of the 17th Street levee   Image This is a segment from an animation showing how researchers suggest the 17th Street levee failed.
Updated January 9, 2007
Image of colliding galaxies with luminous gas in one location and dark matter in another   Image Luminous gas appears red and dark matter appears blue, in this image of colliding galaxies.
Updated January 9, 2007
Coils of hot, electrified gas, known as coronal loops, arc above active sunspots.   Image Coils of hot, electrified gas, known as coronal loops, arc above active sunspots.
Updated January 9, 2007
Illustration of a mother and juvenile plesiosaur   Image A mother and juvenile plesiosaur probably looked like this artist's rendering.
Updated January 9, 2007
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