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February 8th, 2006

Explosive Detection and Advanced Security Solutions Featured

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In addition, the presentation highlights Sense's planned additional pipeline of advanced handheld explosives detection devices based on the emerging science of Micro Electro-Mechanical Sensors (MEMS). MEMS structures are fabricated in a similar fashion to mass-produced electronic integrated circuits, and can be developed as sensors to detect a wide range of illicit and dangerous substances, including explosives, chemical warfare agents, biological warfare agents and narcotics.

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