Archive: September 2023

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Robotic exosuit helps runners sprint faster

A team of mechanical engineers at Chung-Ang University in Seoul, South Korea, have developed an exosuit – a device that can be worn over the...

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Showcasing innovations for enhanced well-being

Hong Kong-based KnitWarm, which focuses on enhancing well-being, recently showcased its innovations at the 50th International Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.

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Monitoring, sensing and heating technology integrated in fabrics

Outlining the benefits of integrating monitoring, sensing and heating technology into fabrics, Wim Christiaens, research and development director at Quad Industries of Sint-Niklaas, Belgium, noted...

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Smart T-shirt from Italian developer enhances cardiac monitoring

AccYouRate, a European digital health innovator specialising in wearable technology, has conducted a study to assess the comparative effectiveness of its smart T-shirt for monitoring...

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Smart textile applications for graphene-related materials

Diversified chemical company Indorama Ventures is now looking at smart textiles, which according to various sources, will grow with a compound annual growth rate of...

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Wearable, 3D printed tech could become physio tool

A flexible, three-dimensional printed device that could help physiotherapy patients exercise more effectively is being refined and tested in New Zealand.

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Self-decontaminating fabric enables multi-use PPE

A new material that employs deadly heat for viruses on its outer surface while staying cool on the reverse side could transform the way personal...

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Smart materials funding for Imperial researchers

Researchers at the UK’s Imperial College London are part of a £7m award for quantum engineering of energy-efficient organic smart materials, led by Lancaster University.

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