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Teijin Cordley develops natural leather substitution, Japan
Teijin Cordley Limited, the Teijin Group's man-made leather business, has announced the development of Maestley, a high grade natural leather
Israel scientists develop fluorescent cellulose fibres, Israel
Scientists from Israel have developed a way to grow chemically modified cellulose fibres with fluorescent and magnetic properties using the natural machinery of the cotton plant and without genetic
Graphene Flagship scientists make spider’s silk tough, United Kingdom
Natural spider silk has excellent mechanical properties. Researchers from the Graphene Flagship have increased the strength of spider’s silk using graphene-based materials. The spider silk
Fresh UNSC sanctions on DPRK include textile exports ban, United States Of America
The UN Security Council has imposed fresh sanctions on North Korea that include a ban on the sale, supply or transfer of condensates and natural gas liquids to the hermit kingdom and on its textile
Tintex shows Autumn Winter 2019 Jerseys at PV, Paris, Italy
Tintex, a leading fabrics innovation maker of naturally advanced, smart and responsibly crafted jersey fabrics designed to activate the contemporary fashion, sports and lingerie markets, is presenting
Pakistan urged to reduce gas, power tariff on textiles, Pakistan
The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI) has urged the Pakistan Government to reduce the tariff rates on natural gas and power used by the textile industry at par with
Anti-bacterial fabric from natural bacterial pigment , Korea
A new anti-bacterial fabric has been developed from natural bacterial pigment called ‘Violacein’, by Ulsan National Institute of Science and
Tierra makes Deterra jacket with Fulgar’s EVO bio-yarn, Italy
Tierra, a Swedish outdoor apparel brand, has unveiled a new 100 per cent bio-based jacket Deterra, made with using natural elements and Fulgar’s innovative bio-yarn EVO. With EVO, Fulgar, a leader in
H&M, WWF team up to tackle water issues in Turkey, Sweden
Swedish apparel retailer Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) has teamed up with Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) to tackle water challenges in Turkey. Building on the success of previous partnerships in China
Uttarakhand govt to buy natural fibre from farmers, India
The Uttarakhand government will purchase natural fibres grown in the state from farmers from February 1 to 15, intending to strengthen the rural
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