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Scientist Hope To Create an "Internet-of-Mussels"

News   Mar 24, 2021 | Original story from North Carolina State University

 
Scientist Hope To Create an "Internet-of-Mussels"

Researchers at North Carolina State University have designed and demonstrated a new system that allows them to remotely monitor the behavior of freshwater mussels. A prototype of the system is shown here. The system could be used to alert researchers to the presence of toxic substances in aquatic ecosystems. Credit: James Reynolds, NC State University

 
 
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