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Smart Textiles & Nanotechnology

  • 3rd February 2014

    Smart textiles industry trends and market segment forecasts to 2020

    Miniaturisation of electronic components and the use of conductive materials and other structures have enabled the development of smart textiles. Growing demand for connectivity and enhancement in wireless technologies is expected to further market growth ov...

  • 31st January 2014

    US university develops light-activated smart curtains

    Battery less smart curtain is the latest development in smart and intelligent textiles, led by the Associate Professor Ali Javey of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley in the United States. ...

  • 31st January 2014

    Japanese smart clothing that monitors your heart-rate

    Japanese mobile carrier NTT Docomo and materials developer Toray have been working on joint projects and have now announced one called Hitoe, which means ‘one layer’ in Japanese. It is a cloth that contains Toray's nanofibres that are coated in a transmit...

  • 28th January 2014

    Teijin to participate in nano tech 2014

    Teijin has announced that it will participate in nano tech 2014, the largest International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference, which will take place at Tokyo Big Sight in Tokyo, Japan, from January 29-31 January. Teijin received a Grand Award at nano te...

  • 21st January 2014

    Adaptive 4 - Cooler, dryer, more dynamic

    2013 was a successful year for HeiQ’s cornerstone technology Adaptive. Champion launched several product ranges featuring Adaptive as a key innovation and now the Swiss company aims to take dynamic cooling textiles to the next level of performance with Adapt...

  • 23rd December 2013

    Effects of nanoparticles in textiles

    Hohenstein Institute, a leading provider of technical testing and certification for apparel and textile products, will present a webinar entitled ‘Nanotechnology, Human Health, and the Environment: Answers to the Questions Surrounding Silver Nanoparticles’...

  • 9th December 2013

    Wearable and flexible textile battery

    A team of scientists from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has reported advancements in textile battery structures, which exhibit comparable electrochemical properties with metal foil cells and also have some of the features of textil...

  • 2nd December 2013

    Flex Stretch Electronics Conference Review

    When I mentioned I was going to an event called Stretch-Flex, there were a few raised eyebrows among those who know me but had never imagined me at a yoga retreat. Indeed, walking through Eindhoven’s impressive High Tech Campus en-route to the Holst Centre ...

  • 27th November 2013

    Smart Fabrics Europe 2013 – Conference Review

    Having last reviewed the Smart Fabrics conference in 2009, but attended several in between, I anticipated an interesting event and wasn’t disappointed; Barcelona 2013 was, I felt, the best curated and most inspiring conference yet. Around 120 delegates atte...

  • 23rd October 2013

    Hollingsworth & Vose announces European investment in NanoWave production

    Hollingsworth & Vose has announced plans to add NanoWave Filtration Media production capability at its plant in Hatzfeld, Germany to support the rapid growth in demand for high performance filter media. ...

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Smart Textiles & Nanotechnology features news from around the world on the latest developments in the emerging fields of nanotechnology and smart fabrics and interactive textiles.
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