Archive: October 2023

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Continued funding for textile muscles

Researchers in Sweden have received continued funding for their project “Textile muscles for augmenting garments” from the Erling-Perssons Foundation.

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Low-cost, shape-shifting fibre produces morphing fabrics

An interdisciplinary team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and elsewhere have developed a low-cost fibre that contracts in response to an increase…

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Soft skin conductive tape launched

DuPont has introduced DuPont Liveo Soft Skin Conductive Tape 1-3150 – a silicone-based thermoset adhesive for electrical bio-signal sensing and transfer.

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Designing e-textiles for disassembly – seeking solutions from history

Development in textiles production technology has allowed for more automated production, requiring less human involvement.

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Wearable e-textiles for a sustainable circular economy

An international team of engineers and scientists have warned that the e-textile supply chain and its potential for scalable commercialisation could be “further complicated” by…

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Adobe unveils design-changing digital interactive dress

At the 2023 Adobe MAX conference held in October in Los Angeles, California, USA, software company Adobe unveiled its Project Primrose that featured an interactive…

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Hybrid transistors with silk protein

A research team at Tufts University’s Silklab have created transistors in which the insulating material is replaced with biological silk.

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European project develops ECG with wireless patch

Researchers from Fraunhofer IZM, Germany, together with 31 partners from industry and research, have developed a stretchable and wireless patch that makes it possible to…

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