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Inkjet printing shows promise for making E-textiles
According to a study by North Carolina State University researchers, layers of electrically conductive ink can be printed on polyester fabric to make an e-textile for using in the design of future wearable devices.
Fabric harvests solar energy!
Georgia Tech researchers have reported the development of micro-cable textile that harvests energy from sun and mechanical motion, according to a team led by Professor Zhong Lin Wang, Regents Professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech.
Breakthrough in antimicrobial woollen fabrics
Iranian researchers have used nanoparticles in developing a laboratorial sample of antimicrobial woollen fabrics that maintain their properties after five times of washing. The antimicrobial properties of silver nanoparticles have sparked a lot of interest for using them in various fields.
Longer Cotton Fibre
An international team involving researchers from the United States and Uzbekistan has developed longer and stronger cotton fibre. The team used RNA interference (RNAi) technique to knock-down one particular gene and the method enabled longer fibre
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