Synthetic fingerprints make plastic particles tiny security keys
Now found on tiny plastic particles tooClouds Hill Imaging Ltd/Science Photo LibraryBy Matt ReynoldsMicroscopic wrinkles squeezed onto the surface of tiny plastic particles could be used to create security keys that are impossible to duplicate. The randomly-generated wrinkles are a lot like our own fingerprints, says Derek Breid at Saint Vincent College...
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