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Monday, June 20, 2005

A handheld device for on-site detection of bacteria, viruses, molds, nucleic acids, mycotoxins and biotoxins won the Utah Innovations award for the biotechnology sector.  The BioDetector is made by AnzenBio and is applicable for military and homeland security purposes.  read more...

Salt Lake County is using GPS to support its crackdown on vehicle abuse.

Peter Quintas has a new weblog that tracks security / surveillance cameras around the world.  Read more...

Long Beach police are using Segways to patrol their streets.  A report on KSL radio this morning says that bomb squads in Utah are getting new Segways.

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