Out-smarting the competition

Out-smarting the competition

It is no longer enough for packaging to be blessed with good looks – it also needs to have the brains to go with them to be taken seriously.

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Is there a need to re-invent integrated circuits?

Is there a need to re-invent integrated circuits?

When I look at how things have changed since I took my electronics A level in the early 1980s, it seems like that was light years ago.

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Smart sustainability - active and intelligent packaging

Smart sustainability - active and intelligent packaging

Active and intelligent packaging helps to combat counterfeiting and can engage consumers. Tony Corbin finds out if can also help brands achieve sustainability goals.

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RFID tags could save the U.K. National Health Service $500M/year

RFID tags could save the U.K. National Health Service $500M/year

Diagnostic samples bound for one of the U.K.’s NHS pathology labs get low-cost RFID labels that save packaging, staff, and operational costs, among other benefits.

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Taking on the anti-counterfeiting challenge

Taking on the anti-counterfeiting challenge

Counterfeiting has moved on from small-scale operations to big business. Elisabeth Skoda shines a light on solutions aimed at luxury packaging, pharmaceuticals and fast-moving consumer goods ranging from holograms to printed on-pack and on-blister codes a

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