Issue Date: August 11, 2014 | Web Date: August 12, 2014
Catching A Thief With Nanopillar Security
To protect intellectual property, drugmakers often add holograms or other security tags to a medicine’s packaging. The problem is, counterfeiters are smart: Over time, the criminals figure out how to produce replicas of the tags. Security labels “need to provide a greater degree of protection and be difficult to produce in low-tech environments,” says Nicholas A. Kotov of the University of Michigan. Along with Seok Jae Lee of . . .
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