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Smart bandages could revolutionise the treatment of chronic wounds

A team of US researchers from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California and the California Institute of Technology is developing…

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Solvent-based stretchable conducting ink

Saralon, based in Chemnitz, Germany, showed its stretchable Saral range of inks for printed electronics at the Future of Electronics Reshaped USA conference and exhibition…

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Clothing could soon be extra muscles

In future, "textile muscles" technology, which originated in Sweden at Linköping University and the University of Borås, could be built into clothing that could give…

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Fabric makes urban heat islands more bearable

Researchers from the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering have detailed a new wearable fabric that can help urban residents survive the worst…

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Multiple sensing solutions from the Techtera cluster

French smart textiles brand EweaveLab, which is headquartered in Saint-Just-Malmont with its research and development laboratory located in Sillingy, demonstrated a prototype multi-zone lighting vest…

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Enhancing nanofibrous acoustic energy harvesters with AI

Scientists at the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation in Los Angeles, California, USA, have employed artificial intelligence techniques to improve the design and production of…

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Imperceptible sensors can be printed directly on human skin

Scientists have developed a method to make adaptive and eco-friendly sensors that can be directly and imperceptibly printed onto a wide range of biological surfaces,…

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Battery- and solar-powered fibres harvest and store electrical energy

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, USA, have established methods of developing battery- and solar-powered fibres, making it theoretically possible…

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Powering devices with carbon nanotube yarns

For generating electricity from body heat, researchers at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology in Japan have developed a carbon nanotube (CNT) yarn with…

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VTT pioneers next-generation smart patches

A pilot factory has been developed at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland for the roll-to-roll production of smart wearable patches, which will be…

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