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Wireless Nano Sensors Could Save Bridges, Buildings

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This article, published in published originally in the International Journal of Materials and Structural Integrity, suggests that inexpensive wireless sensors based on nanotechnology be used to alert engineers to problematic cracks and damage to buildings, bridges, and other structures before they become critical.

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Date Issued 2010-04-12
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