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Mark waugh
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re: Plastic memory firm signs partners for printed systems
Mark waugh   7/11/2012 5:10:21 AM
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No doubt about this partnership. Its a very effective way to investments. Thanks for allow us to know this kind of expose. http://www.mybestbanks.com/property-management/

Daniel Mccumllam
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Daniel Mccumllam   5/15/2012 2:24:54 PM
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I think that's a great partnership. It's very smart way to investment though. Thanks for letting me know such impression. @ http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2012/01/19/prweb9120531.DTL

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MattSpencer   5/15/2012 9:49:34 AM
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I can tell that the partnership between the few companies would be good because they would be collaborating in a way that brings out the best in their collective expertise. I think we can look forward to interesting new functions for plastic films, such as plastic films that can tell us the expiry of foods. Matt - http://www.eezytrade.co.uk

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DrQuine   1/26/2012 7:13:49 PM
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These low cost monitoring solutions will certainly attract attention - but how compatible are they with food? Can the battery and circuit be cut with a knife and safely ingested with the food? If not, how will the packaging be designed to ensure that the monitor is removed before the food is prepared?

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agk   1/24/2012 12:36:18 PM
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A low cost solution few tens of cents per unit. This technology once proved then it can be applied to many more applications including life saving instances.



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