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'Smart Textiles and Nanotechnology' is a Guide to These Fascinating New Fields of Business Charting All the Exciting Developments and Exploring Their
DUBLIN, IRELAND | Posted on August 20th, 2007
Smart Textiles and Nanotechnology will provide you, both online and in print, with all the latest news about ways to make ‘functional fabrics'.
Find out everything you want to know about:
-Shape Memory Materials
Keep up-to-date with the latest information about:
-Technology and R&D
"We're getting to a position now where we can start talking about dumb clothing. I'd like to think that in one or two years' time, people will be wondering why their clothing can't do anything, rather than whether it can." Robin Shephard, CEO, ElekSen Ltd
From the editor:
"Smart textiles and nanotechnologies are now moving from being the subject of intensive global R&D into fully-realised products made by fast-developing, successful companies.
Smart fabrics can help manufacturers and designers with the increased emphasis on lifestyle, aesthetic appeal and form demanded for technological products. Pricing is another driver, with smart-fabric ski jackets costing around $99 rather than the $250+ of a few years ago. Nanotechnology has also made a tremendous impact on functionality and performance. Nano treated textiles with stain and spill resistance and climate control are already available, but they will become capable of much more as the science develops.
Smart Textiles and Nanotechnology will be a guide to these fascinating new fields of business, charting all the exciting developments and exploring their implications, while bringing together the latest diverse company and product information in an easily-digested format.
I look forward to welcoming you as a regular reader and receiving your feedback.
Adrian Wilson, Editor, Smart Textiles and Nanotechnology
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