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Executives hear about promise, limits of RFID and nanotech

Wisconsin business executives gathered in Milwaukee to hear how radio frequency identification and nanotechnology can make their businesses more competitive, but while several applications are tantalizingly close, barriers remain.

The technologies were outlined during a session of the Wisconsin Innovates Conference. Although presenters Alfonso Gutirrez, director of the
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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/03/06


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