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IEEE Access is an award-winning, multidisciplinary, all-electronic archival journal continuously presenting the results of original research or developments across all IEEE's fields of interest. Supported by author publication fees, its hallmarks are a rapid peer-review and publication process with open access to all readers.
IEEE Access is an award-winning, multidisciplinary, all-electronic archival journal continuously presenting the results of original research or developments across all IEEE's fields of interest. Supported by author publication fees, its hallmarks are a rapid peer-review and publication process with open access to all readers.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Our Special Section: "Microwave (X- and S-band) Marine Radars for Ocean Sensing" is currently accepting article submissions. For more information and a full list of topics of interest, please visit the Call for Papers at: http://bit.ly/2yj5uLw #IEEEAccess #SpecialSection #MarineRadars #OceanSensing
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In this IEEE Access "Article of the Week," researchers identify a unique system for health monitoring. By tracking a person's daily routine through smart home sensors, this system can identify challenges people may have when caring for themselves. Read more at: http://bit.ly/2AlUlPL
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IEEE Access is currently exhibiting at the 2017 ASCB Conference in Philadelphia, PA. If you are attending the conference, visit booth 1051 to receive a special giveaway and learn more about publishing in IEEE Access. For more information on the conference, please visit: http://bit.ly/2nrUjA2 #IEEEAccess #openaccesspublishing
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A new 3D-printable artificial muscle can lift 1,000 times its own weight, while functioning without an external compressor. This new material can help soft robots imitate natural movements and perform duties unlike ever before.

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In this IEEE Access "Article of the Week," Chiba University researchers seek to replicate amputee brain waves with virtual reality -- and have had comparable results to studies using motion tracking systems. To view the full article and multimedia video, please visit: http://bit.ly/2B110Li
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Congratulations to our Associate Editor of the month, Dr. Abderrezak Rachedi, for his outstanding contributions to IEEE Access. Dr. Rachedi of the University Paris-Est, France, recently hosted a successful Special Section entitled, “The Plethora of Research in Internet of Things (IoT).” Thank you for your hard work, Dr. Rachedi. View the Special Section at: http://bit.ly/2hqB97Q #IEEEAccess #AssociateEditoroftheMonth #IoT
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CALL FOR PAPERS: Our Special Section: "Recent Computational Methods in Knowledge Engineering and Intelligence Computation" is currently accepting article submissions. For more information and a full list of topics of interest, please visit the Call for Papers at: http://bit.ly/2zL0rZo #IEEEAccess #SpecialSection #CallforPapers
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A new data analysis method could help sonar pick up weak signals in noisy underwater environments, filtering out the clutter significantly better than conventional methods. Read more about it in this IEEE Access "Article of the Week" at: http://bit.ly/2ztQbEB #IEEEAccess #Articleoftheweek
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