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Fluorescing dyes could make counterfeiting virtually impossible

Watermarks, bar codes, RFID tags and holograms are all used on various products to make them harder to copy. One limitation that these things have in common, however, is that they are all added to just part of the product. Researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research have now developed an anti-counterfeiting measure that is applied to the entire product – fluorescing dyes. Needless to say, counterfeiters will have a much more daunting task when a whole product serves as its own authenticity label, as opposed to one small part of it. Read More

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Dr. Mohammad Khazab completed his Ph.D. in Computer Systems Engineering at the University of South Australia, where he researched on Artificial Intelligence and creating dynamic applications. He has worked as Senior Software Engineer, Web Developer, and Research Associate on various projects. He has ambitions to solve real-world problems, and to use his knowledge and skills to develop professional and industrial software applications. He's also founder of some Start-ups including Web2day Design.

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