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Sony displaying Triporous at ISPO Munich 2020, Japan
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Sony has put on display its Triporous Fibre product line at the ongoing ISPO Munich 2020 which concludes on January 29. Triporous is a natural material made from rice husk. It has been developed for
Garmon unveils smart foam technology, Netherlands
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Garmon, the brand for chemical solutions for the denim and fashion industry owned by Kemin Industries, has unveiled smart foam, a patented technology that has been designed to minimise natural
Sale of bralettes, unlined underwire bras increasing, United States Of America
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The major innerwear trends being witnessed are the return to natural shapes and the move away from push-up bras, according to Raphael Camp, chief executive officer of Curve, a leading lingerie,
DOMOTEX show in Shanghai to show global products, China
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The Domotex show in Shanghai is another Domotex global flooring industry show which features China and increasingly Asia. The participants are global in nature and number. The industry is global, and
Orta unveils Denimimicry Spring/Summer 2021 collection, Turkey
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Orta has launched Denimimicry Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Denimimicry is Orta Blu's vision to lead the industry with circularity design thinking that combines the resilient processes of nature with
IIT-Kharagpur team generates electricity from wet textile, India
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Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur recently claimed to have generated electricity from drying clothes in a natural ambiance using tiny channels in the cellulose-based fabric
Bemberg to present new fabric innovations at PV, United States Of America
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Bemberg will present a full range of new fabric innovations at Première Vision (PV) New York from January 21-22, 2020. Made by Asahi Kasei, the company is sole maker of this high-tech natural material
Mikrosam unveils new automation capabilities, Macedonia
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Mikrosam has unveiled new automation capabilities for filament winding of compressed hydrogen and compressed natural gas tanks with a contract to deliver one of the largest production lines for the
Ford, McDonald's to use coffee bean skin in car parts, United States Of America
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Ford and McDonald's have joined hands to convert coffee bean skin into car parts. Coffee chaff, the dried skin of the bean, naturally comes off during roasting. The companies found that chaff can be
Fraunhofer scientists stop natural fibres absorb water, Germany
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Fraunhofer scientists in collaboration with their partners have been able to combine a special fibre treatment and a yarn technology to make natural fibres moisture repellent, overcoming the
 
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