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Debra Cobb

  • 9th April 2014

    Despite 2013 numbers, CRAiLAR makes progress towards profitability

    Since its 1998 Canadian origin as a manufacturer of environmentally-friendly and ethically-produced clothing, CRAiLAR Technologies has focused on the development of a revolutionary, sustainable natural textile fibre. CRAiLAR’s technology is an enzymatic proc

  • 19th March 2014

    LAUNCH Innovation Challenge Looks Northward

    LAUNCH, the global innovation platform formed in 2010 as a strategic partnership between Nike, NASA (The National Aeronautics and Space Administration), USAID (The US Agency for International Development), and the US Department of State, has announced its 2014

  • 24th February 2014

    Zensah Challenges Traditional Apparel Manufacturing with 3D Printing Concepts

    From the ski slopes to the catwalks, product designers are increasingly using 3D printing to create innovative product. The technology, which has long been employed by the aerospace, medical, and automotive industries for prototyping, constructs a three-dimens

  • 6th February 2014

    Hybrid Technologies Update Outdoor Product at OR Winter Market

    A perfect storm of overlapping trade show schedules and an east coast blizzard reduced attendance at the Outdoor Retailer’s Winter Market 2014, held January 22 to 25 in Salt Lake City. Although the halls of the Salt Palace seemed quieter than usual, there wa

  • 11th August 2013

    True to its Roots, OR Balances Technology with Sustainability

    The Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, which finished its four-day run on August 3, is billed as the largest outdoor sports show of its kind, and certainly its physical footprint seemed to dominate Salt Lake City, with hotels and restaurants jammed to capacity. T

  • 19th April 2013

    Part 2: Ancient wisdom inspires ‘responsive’ Far Infrared fibres

    In this two part feature, Debra Cobb takes a look at a new high-tech wave of interactive functional yarns and fabrics which are designed to deliver a whole range of benefits to wearers. You can read Part 1 at Ancient wisdom inspires ‘responsive’ Far Infrar

  • 15th April 2013

    Ancient wisdom inspires ‘responsive’ Far Infrared fibres

    In this two part feature, Debra Cobb takes a look at a new high-tech wave of interactive functional yarns and fabrics which are designed to deliver a whole range of benefits to wearers.

  • 4th April 2013

    Knitted screen offers flexible light management for greenhouses

    Horticulture in the Netherlands is big business. Not only is the country an international leader in flowers, plants, bulbs, and food products; it is also in innovator in solutions for greenhouse horticulture. According to the NL Agency, a division of the Minis

  • 12th February 2013

    ISPO Triumphs in a Difficult Market

    Combining innovation, technology, and styling to combat the difficult economic climate, apparel and fabric suppliers generated positive energy at last week’s ISPO in Munich. The four-day fair, featuring apparel, gear, textiles, and accessories for winter spo

  • 15th October 2012

    RITE Conference Explores Issues of Consumption

    Focusing on the topic of “consumption,” over 135 delegates from brands, retailers, government organizations, NGOs and academia joined in the 6th annual conference of the RITE Group (Reducing the Impact of Textiles on the Environment).

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