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RFID demand tipped to boom
May 31, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
May 31, 2004—Carnegie Mellon University has spun off a startup named Plextronics which will manufacture a new plastic based on research done at the university's College of Science. The plastic conducts electricity and can be produced more cheaply than current materials. The company expects RFID tags to be one of its principle applications.
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