The University of Wisconsin-Madison RFID Lab is unique in the nation. It actively involves more than 40 leading companies from the UW RFID Industry Workgroup, plus UW-Madison students and faculty, to help industry stay competitive through RFID technology. This non-commercial, trusted knowledge network participates in applied research, demonstration and education of RFID technology and applications. The UW RFID Lab is also available to individual companies for sponsored company-specific projects. Check our articles written by an essay writer online and use them for writing your papers, or just improving your knowledge.



"Will RFID in the Blood Product Supply Chain Potentially Interfere with Critical Medical Devices?"
Statement by the RFID Blood Consortium on published article in Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)


July 2008

"Tracking the nation's blood supply"
The Daily Cardinal


March 2008

"RFID Holds Promise for Blood Supply Chain"
RFID Update


February 2008

"RFID may track, safeguard global blood supply"