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April 27 2017 Article in English
Whether by Air, Land or Sea: Techtextil Presents Fibres for Mobile Applications

According to the German Association of the Yarns, Woven Fabrics and Technical Textiles Industry, more than 40 fiber-based applications with a total surface area of 35 square meters go into the production of the average car today.
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April 24 2017 Article in English
Adidas partners with Siemens to tailor sporting goods

German sporting goods company Adidas and engineering giant Siemens are teaming up to improve the production of custom-made sportswear such as trainers and speed up the process from design to finished goods.
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April 05 2017 Article in English
Your Next Reebok Shoes Could Be Made of Cotton + Corn

Global fitness brand Reebok announced its "Cotton + Corn" sustainable products initiative, which will bring plant-based footwear to the market later this year.
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November 29 2016 Article in English
Graphene impregnated cotton for wearable devices

A method for depositing graphene based inks onto cotton, developed by by researchers from the University of Cambridge and Jiangnan University, could enable the creation flexible and wearable electronics without the use of expensive and toxic processing steps.
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August 05 2016 Article in English
Nanotex partners Cotton Inc to develop Dry Inside technology

Supplier of nanotechnology based textile enhancements Nanotex has partnered Cotton Inc to develop and launch Nanotex Dry Inside technology for cotton apparels. Nanotex Dry Inside applies a technical application to the back of the fabric, allowing moisture to move away from the body through invisible channels.
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July 05 2016 Article in English
EU Trade Surge in Technical Textiles and Clothing Goods

Exports of man-made fibers outside of the EU have regained their rate of growth these past years and rose by +4.5% in value during 2015.
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March 23 2016 Article in English
Self-cleaning cotton removes dirt and smells when left by a light bulb for just six minutes

Nanostructures attached directly onto textiles could end the hours spent each week washing and drying clothes by degrading stains and dirt when exposed to sunlight.
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September 25 2015 Article in English
U.S. and India Announce Bilateral Collaboration for Technical Textiles

teral collaboration and technical exchanges between the United States and India in technical textiles are planned as part of a recently-announced strategic and commercial cooperation between the countries.
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July 16 2015 News in English  'Indian technical textiles sector to grow multi-fold'

March 06 2015 News in English  Spinning cotton into capacitive yarn

February 13 2015 News in English  Revolutionary TTU cotton product could protect troops, clean up oil spills

December 01 2014 News in English  From plant to pharmacy – Tech researchers create new medicinal use for cotton

February 26 2014 News in English  Scientists Modify Cotton and Polyester to Display Repellent Properties

January 22 2014 News in English  Cotton Incorporated and Polygiene Partnership to Enhance Moisture and Odor Management for Cotton Activewear

October 24 2013 News in English  Nonwoven Sector on the Rebound

March 12 2013 News in English  DNA Makes A Great Flame Retardant For Cotton Fabric

January 21 2013 News in English  Super absorbent engineered cotton could collect water from fog

January 16 2013 News in English  Nanotechnology to be Woven into Cotton

November 20 2012 News in English  Cotton Nonwovens are USDA Certified as BioPreferred

April 18 2012 News in English  Cotton Seizes Emerging Opportunities in Nonwovens

January 25 2012 News in English  Technical textiles to drive global garment industry

October 27 2011 News in English  Cotton the sci-fi fabric of the future

August 02 2011 News in English  Indian Technical Textiles Sector to Reach $36 Billion

February 14 2011 News in English  Global Smart Fabrics and Interactive Textiles Market to Reach US$1.8 Billion by 2015

January 27 2011 News in English  Medical nonwoven disposables market to exceed $19bn by 2015

September 23 2010 News in English  Changing landscape for nonwovens in vehicles

September 09 2010 News in English  Nonwovens can replace wovens – an influential retailer needs to take the risk

July 16 2010 News in English  The Role of Cotton in the Deepwater Horizon Clean-Up

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