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January 24th, 2007
Stopping ID fraud with nanotechnology
Your identity could be made safer thanks to Canadian scientists.
Eugenia Kumacheva from University of Toronto and colleagues have developed a nanostructured polymer material that can be used to record biometric features, such as fingerprints, photos and signatures. They claim that this technology could help prevent counterfeiting and identity fraud.
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