Posted: January 10, 2007

Nanotechnology for security and crime prevention

(Nanowerk News) A one day conference in London/UK next week will examine a wide spectrum of new scientific developments taking place in the fight against crime. The latest discoveries and advances will be discussed, from anti-terrorism laser technology with the potential to revolutionise airport security to the latest research discoveries in nanoforensics.
The event "Nanotechnology for Security and Crime Prevention" is organized by the Institute of Nanotechnology and will take place on January 18, 2007 at the Royal Society.
Topics will include:
– The Importance of Nanotechnology in Crime Control: Promises and Pitfalls
– Nanomaterials for Detection and Decontamination
– Wireless, Passive and Sensitive MEMS Detector of Chemical or Bio Materials in the Environment
– Nanotechnology Enabled Solutions for Anti-Counterfeiting and Brand Security
– Anti-Counterfeiting Technologies: Physical Unclonable Function
– Single Molecule Analysis on a Hand-held Electrical Nanopore Device
Source: Institute of Nanotechnology
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