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Microplastic pollution from textiles – a microscopic, yet massive, problem

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Student Spotlight: The hot and cold of smart fabrics

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The Fiber Year 2020 – Slowing textile and apparel trade flows

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Teijin Fronteir Next-Generation Denim

Teijin Frontier has developed a new fabric call Next-Generation Denim, which is a super-durable denim with gentle stretch and easy-care achieved by Teijin’s Solotex fiber. The fabric offers the high functionality of polyester products, such as quick-dry, wrinkle-free, and comfortable elasticity, while retaining the natural texture of traditional denims. The fabric also tolerates repeated washing …

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Microplastic pollution from textiles is a massive problem

Pollution at microscopical levels from plastic-derived products has become a global problem. Microplastics are any particles of plastic fragment smaller than 5mm. Polluting our environment every day, microplastics contain or carry hazardous chemicals that have a negative impact on nature and human health, and so their ingestion through water, or foods such as fish or …

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TENCEL branded modal fibers with Indigo Color technology

The Lenzing Group is aiming to enhance sustainable offerings for the denim industry with TENCEL branded modal fibers with Indigo Color technology. The Indigo Color technology behind this new market offering incorporates indigo pigment directly into TENCEL branded modal fibers using a onestep spun-dyeing process. This delivers superior color fastness relative to conventional indigo dyeing …

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Celliant Viscose officially debuts at ISPO Textrends Munich 2021

Hologenix, inventors of Celliant infrared textile technology, has partnered with Kelheim Fibres to introduce a sustainable fiber alternative for performance fabrics. Celliant is a proprietary blend of natural minerals that gives any textile-based product the ability to capture and convert body heat into full-spectrum infrared (IR) energy, which has been clinically validated to increase local …

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Thermoelectric properties of carbon nanotube yarns (CNTYs)

Kony Chatterjee is a doctoral candidate in the Fiber and Polymer Science program at Wilson College of Textile’s Department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science at North Carolina State University. Kony is conducting research in the field of flexible and wearable electronics under the guidance of her advisor, Professor Tushar K. Ghosh in his SmARTextiles …

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