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May 11th, 2005

Scientists use nanotechnology to tag merchandise

Abstract:
Scientists are now using nanotechnology to help manufacturers tag their original products and prevent counterfeiting.

With this new fingerprinting technology, consumers can also be assured they are buying genuine products.

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