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Healthcare

Sensors employed for better fitting facemasks

Project initially focused on air pollution assumed greater significance at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Artificial Intelligence

Skin-like electronics for continuous health monitoring

Neuromorphic chip consists of a thin film plastic semiconductor combined with stretchable gold nanowire electrodes.
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Green & Recycle

Sustainability update from Lycra

The Lycra Company publishes Planet Agenda Update with 2030 goals and commitments.
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Healthcare

Home Laundering of Healthcare Uniforms Fraught with Danger of Cross-Contamination

UK’s Textile Services Association (TSA) has called on the National Health Service (NHS) to change the guidance on maintaining workwear following a research that says that households face risk of cross-contamination from pathogens that health workers may bring home from work.
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Artificial Intelligence

Always in the comfort zone with AlphaTauri

Fusing sophisticated design with the latest innovations in wearable technology.
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Healthcare

BGMEA,Tonello to partner in promoting green technologies

Desk Report Tonello, a leading garment finishing technology company, will join hands with BGMEA to support the RMG industry in adopting innovative technologies and solutions for denim and garment washing, dyeing, and finishing to become more efficient and sustainable.
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Green & Recycle

Regel™ fibre is now bluesign® APPROVED

Regel™ is a unique innovation as it is one of the first successful commercialization of acrylic fibre produced by recycling the waste.
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Artificial Intelligence

Embedded solar cells bring power to fabrics

Material appears and behaves the same as any ordinary textile and can be washed in a machine at 40°C.
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Healthcare

From step counting to the clinic on the wrist

More people than ever before are turning to wearable sensors to monitor their activity levels, according to the latest report from IDTechEx.
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Artificial Intelligence

Loomia partners with AFFOA

Soft, flexible circuit technology can be embedded into a wide variety of fabrics and surfaces.