Carbon nanotube fibers used in new ‘smart shirt’

December 1st, 2021

A Rice University lab has developed a new technology for creating a health monitoring shirt using flexible, conductive nanotube thread to weave functionality into regular apparel. The university’s Brown School of Engineering lab of chemical and biomolecular engineer Matteo Pasquali report that the lab sewed nanotube fibers into athletic wear to monitor the heart rate […]

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FabricLink announces Top 10 Awards for 2014–15

April 20th, 2015

Winners include manufacturing and production technologies and insulation solutions. The FabricLink Network (FLN) recently announced the winners of its annual Top 10 Innovation Awards, presented to exceptional textile-based materials and technologies that have launched during the past year and are commercially available. The FLN recognizes the research and development effort required to create new products […]

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