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August 9, 2020


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MANCHESTER TEAM USES GRAPHENE TO MAKE SMART CLOTHING Scientists at the University of Manchester have created smart adaptive clothing which can lower the body temperature in hot climates, utilising the thermal properties and flexibility of graphene. Read more… Wearable speaker can be worn while running or cycling Developed by Kiev-based industrial designer, Ivan Zurba, this wearable sound system is designed to become a part of you during your exercise routine. Read more…
MYANT SETS UP NEW LABORATORY FOR CONNECTED PERFORMANCE The lab aims to bring together experts at the intersection of applied sports science, electrophysiology, engineering, data science, behavioural science, and textiles. Read more… MAKING ELECTRICITY USING YARN & RAINDROP ENGERY A Chinese team applied triboelectric nanogenerators technology to agrotextiles which can harvest raindrop energy and convert it into electricity. Read more…
How to stop plastics from your clothes polluting the planet each time you do your laundry Microplastics from your clothes are polluting the oceans. Here's how you can reduce your impact and help the environment. Read more… GERMAN BIONIC UNVEILS LATEST SMART POWER SUIT Made of ultra-light carbon fibre, the fourth generation Cray X supports workers when lifting heavy loads of up to 28 kilograms by actively amplifying their movements and thus protecting the lower back from excessive strain. Read more…
Meet the New "Dad" Trend Everyone Will Be Wearing in 6 Months Along with the rise of big blazers and tailored trousers, we saw an increase in button-down shirts, loafers, and now, even ties. Read more… The 10 Best Shorts for Women Who Think They Can’t Wear Shorts You can wear shorts with supreme confidence regardless of your age. Here are shorts for every figure, style, and budget. Read more…
MANCHESTER TEAM USES GRAPHENE TO MAKE SMART CLOTHING Scientists at the University of Manchester have created smart adaptive clothing which can lower the body temperature in hot climates, utilising the thermal properties and flexibility of graphene. Read more… Kenzen’s body heat sensor system helps ensure worker safety Includes a wearable device worn by workers on their arm which alerts both the worker and their supervisor when core body temperature is too high. Read more…

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