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Counterfeiting drugs: Growing, global problem

The problem of counterfeit drugs is definitely a global issue, says Jim Kouri, a vice president of the National Assn. of Police Chiefs and a security consultant and author.
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Innovations in Security Technology

Counterfeiting is a growing global problem for consumer packaged goods.
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Adhesives Research, Inc: Anti-counterfeiting markers

Adhesives Research introduces Armark™ Authentication Technologies, a new business focusing on anti-counterfeiting technology in the form of covert markers that can be combined with custom-developed delivery systems for application to a variety of goods.
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Smart Packaging: The sounds of print

Datasound has devised a way of saving sounds, speech, music, or other digital data on paper for later retrieval.
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Rx distributor turns to internal RFID (sidebar)

What skills will you need to succeed in healthcare packaging?
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Creo Security, Authentication and ID Sys: Creo Security, Authentication and ID Sys: Security label stocks

Creo and Acucote have announced an agreement to produce security label printing stocks. The self-adhesive label stocks will combine Creo Traceless™ taggants into Acucote label materials, which will be sold to label converters for the manufacture of product labels for the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, apparel, food and beverage, and other industries.
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New Jersey Packaging: Labels with RFID tags

New Jersey Packaging now offers a full range of preprinted and die-cut p-s cGMP-compliant labels incorporating RFID tags.
Ralf Saykiewicz, vice president/solution architect, Technology Solutions Co.
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Adding value to both RFID and packaging

Why not concentrate on more sophisticated and advanced applications of RFID that bring added value?
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Biological inks prevent counterfeit

Applied DNA Sciences uses plant or botanical DNA technology and embeds it into inks, threads, labels, papers, textiles, liquids, microchips, even holograms, to guard against counterfeiting and fraud.

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