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A new concept for a sewer sensor network would detect what?

Answer: Bombs

The European Union-funded EMPHASIS consortium is developing a system that would track chemicals through sewers and allow their origin to be located. The group believes this could allow them to locate bomb-makers before they have a chance to use their bombs. The system might also be used to locate drug labs.

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