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EURATEX, Partners Launch New Horizon Europe Innovation Project On Circular & Sustainable Textiles

Launched last week, the new Horizon Europe project CISUTAC will support the transition to a circular and sustainable textile sector. As part of a...

Teijin Group Develops Process For Recycling Polyester Fishing Nets

Fishing nets are mainly made from chemical fibres such as nylon and polyester to prevent rot as well as to ensure excellent strength and...

ReshaMandi brings India’s quintessential natural fabrics to the Middle East and North Africa

ReshaMandi hopes to contribute to the global natural textiles ecosystem and become the world's largest natural textile sourcing partner for customers seeking sustainable solutions...

Fluff Stuff Is A Plant-Based Textile Filling That Isn’t Just “Serving Hippies”

Fluff Stuff is a textile filling created from plants cultivated on rewetted peatlands in Finland, which has been designed by students at Aalto University and was on...

Textile Fibers Can Now Be Produced From Mussel Byssus

In the west of France, a start-up named Bysco recovers the waste of mussel farmers and transforms mussel byssus into textile fibres. It has...

Fabric + Form = A Mask That Uniquely Fits Your Face

Department of Architecture doctoral candidate Lavender Tessmer has advanced the process to produce textiles that can be individually customised.Lavender Tessmer, a doctoral candidate in...

3DKnITS Sense How Their Users Are Moving

Researchers use thermoforming, digital knitting, to develop a comfortable, form-fitting fabric that recognises its wearer’s activities, like walking, running, and jumping.Using a novel fabrication...

Woolmark Launches Global Anti-Synthetic Textiles Campaign

The Woolmark Company has launched an anti-synthetic fiber campaign to raise awareness of the use of fossil fuels in textiles and promote wool as...

New Method Can Remove Dyes From Wastewater

North Carolina State University researchers have demonstrated that a synthetic polymer can remove certain dyes from water, and that the polymer can be recovered...

In ‘Plant Armor’ Crop Cover, Insects Have To Navigate Textile Maze

North Carolina State University researchers have designed a textile `Plant Armor’ that forces insects to navigate a maze-like path if they try to reach...

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