Belgians implant RFID chip in tooth

Tuesday, 21 March 2006, 12:08 AM EST

Belgian scientists at the Catholic University of Leuven have embedded an RFID chip into a tooth to show how detailed personal information can be stored.

Patrick Thevissen and his team adapted a tag which vets already implant into animals. If you lose your chipped dog, vets can retrieve the pet's home address from the device.

At The Register.

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