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March 10th, 2006
RFID and Nanotechnology Fight Counterfeits
The role of advanced technologies in the fight against counterfeiting will be examined by global experts at the upcoming Authentication Connections Forum (ACF), hosted by Reconnaissance International, in Tampa, Florida, USA - March 30-31, 2006. Innovative research into nanotechnology is yielding a range of promising technology approaches for the protection of a wide variety of products and documents.
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