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Plant DNA markers help the Pentagon detect counterfeit electronics in the military supply chain

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Counterfeit electronics are a huge problem for the U.S. military, and a defense contractor says DNA stripped from plants could help solve it. Flawed and fraudulent parts have been increasingly finding their way into the Pentagon's supply chain over the past few years. A two-year study done for the Senate Armed Services Committee last year found at least 1 million counterfeit parts in...

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