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Virgin Galactic, Under Armour collaborating

4th Feb 2019

Virgin Galactic and Under Armour are collaborating to create a new generation of space apparel and footwear, as well as an astronaut performance training programme. Over the 50-plus years since space travel began, only 568 people have ever been to space. The game is changing as visionaries come together to make space accessible to the Earth-bound...

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Safe Reflections to debut latest products at ISPO Munich

30th Jan 2019

Safe Reflections, Inc (SRI) will debut its three latest innovations in reflective solutions from February 3-6, 2019, at ISPO Munich, the world’s largest trade fair for sports equipment and fashion. The new innovations have been designed to meet the needs of the consumer activewear market and provide an improved aesthetic over traditional silver...

API, ICM collaborate in sustainable technical fabrics
API, ICM collaborate in sustainable technical fabrics

16th Jun 2018

API, an Italian company specialised in the production of thermoplastic elastomeric compounds and bioplastics, which was acquired by global materials company Trinseo in July 2017, and ICM (Industria Chimica Mediterranea), a key player in the footwear and leather goods industry, have joined hands to facilitate innovative and sustainable technical fabrics.

RadiciGroup & POLIMI hold sportswear workshop for students
RadiciGroup & POLIMI hold sportswear workshop for students

8th Feb 2018

RadiciGroup, a leading producer of chemical intermediates, polyamide polymers, engineering plastics, synthetic fibres, and nonwovens, collaborated with the scientific-technological university Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI), and conducted a sportswear design workshop for the students enrolled in the Design for the Fashion System Master’s programme.

Kansai Univ, Teijin develop piezoelectric wearable sensors
Kansai Univ, Teijin develop piezoelectric wearable sensors

17th Jan 2018

Professor Yoshiro Tajitsu of Kansai University’s faculty of engineering science and Teijin Frontier Co Ltd, the Teijin Group’s fibre-product converting company, have jointly developed e-stitch, a series of fashionable piezoelectric wearable sensors with stitch designs that measure body motions like extension, contraction, bending and twisting.

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FSU scientists develop affordable motion sensors

24th Nov 2017

Scientists from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering have developed breakthrough motion sensors, heralding future ubiquitous, fully integrated and affordable wearable technology. These motion sensors could be integrated into bedsheets to monitor quality of sleep, shoes to track step count and posture or workout clothes to measure intensity of exercise.

Drexel setting up Pennsylvania Fabric Discovery Centre
Drexel setting up Pennsylvania Fabric Discovery Centre

21st Nov 2017

Drexel University, in partnership with Department of Defence-supported Advanced Functional Fabrics of America (AFFOA), is setting up a statewide centre that will help companies, entrepreneurs and innovators take their advanced-textile concepts from prototype to product and prepare America’s workforce for the quality jobs the sector is generating.

Courtesy: Directa Plus
Directa Plus’ Graphene Plus textiles are non-irritating

20th Nov 2017

Graphene Plus (G+) membrane and G+ printed fabrics of Directa Plus, a producer and supplier of graphene-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets, have got international certification from Complife Italia (formerly Farcoderm) (Complife), the independent toxicity testing organisation, confirming they do not cause any irritation to human...

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UltraTech's EverShield coating gets “eco passport”

13th Nov 2017

UltraTech International has qualified for an Eco Passport certification for its superhydrophobic fabric coating, EverShield. The certification states fabrics treated with EverShield are safe for use with clothing, blankets and other materials produced for babies and toddlers. This certification (Class I) is the highest and most stringent to receive.

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