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RFID Adds Security to Valuable Notebooks Used by Pharma, Others

Laboratory notebook manufacturer BookFactory is marketing a new RFID-enabled scientific notebook that a company can use to track the books' movements around an office. Scientific notebooks can be of extreme value to pharmaceutical, food or medical firms because employees often record the development of new products, recipes and technologies within them by hand. The data written in the notebooks can be worth millions of dollars to a company that needs to prove it was the first to develop a new drug, flavor or other patentable idea.
Source: RFID Journal

Laboratory notebook manufacturer BookFactory is marketing a new RFID-enabled scientific notebook that a company can use to track the books' movements around an office. Scientific notebooks can be of extreme value to pharmaceutical, food or medical firms because employees often record the development of new products, recipes and technologies within them by hand. The data written in the notebooks can be worth millions of dollars to a company that needs to prove it was the first to develop a new drug, flavor or other patentable idea.
Source: RFID Journal