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TAPPI's Nonwovens division presents webinar: Crosslinking Resin Chemistry for Nonwoven and Paper Applications
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The TAPPI NET division will host a webinar, Crosslinking Resin Chemistry for Nonwoven and Paper Applications, on Tuesday, August 19 at noon EST. This webinar, presented by John Jacquin, new business development manager at Ineos Melamines is presented by the division's Binders & Additives Committee and is free to attend.
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Spider silk textile development breakthrough
Textile World
Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, Inc., the leading developer of advanced spider silk based fibers, announced today Warwick Mills, a leader in the engineering and development of advanced technical textiles and protective materials, created the world’s first textile utilizing Kraig's genetically engineered spider silk, Monster Silk.
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Batson to represent Italian nonwoven machinery manufacturer in US
Innovation in Textiles
Louis P. Batson has signed an agreement to become Cormatex's marketing and sales agent in the United States. Louis P. Batson is a leading supplier of capital equipment, machinery accessories, spare parts, plant supplies and technical service to the textile, nonwoven, converting, composite and recycling industries.
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The strange science behind design: Materials from unusual sources
The Guardian
From as far back as the story of Adam and Eve, who used fig leaves as makeshift clothing in the Garden of Eden, humans have been imagining ways to use natural materials to clothe themselves. Today's textiles are more inventive and technically advanced than ever as new synthetic-natural hybrids with cradle-to-cradle principles make their mark.
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Nanofibers for quantum computing
R&D Magazine
Take a fine strand of silica fiber, attach it at each end to a slow-turning motor, gently torture it over an unflickering flame until it just about reaches its melting point and then pull it apart. The middle will thin out like a piece of taffy until it is less than half a micron across — about 200 times thinner than a human hair.

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Hohenstein to develop artificial womb for premature babies
Fibre2fashion
Scientists at the Hohenstein Institute are working with Beluga-Tauchsport GmbH and M. Zellner GmbH to develop an "artificial uterus" providing sensory therapy for premature babies. About 50,000 babies are born prematurely in Germany every year. Some of them need intensive medical care in incubators for weeks or even months.

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Adidas announces detox roadmap
Textile World
Sports brand adidas announced a new roadmap towards the elimination of hazardous chemicals from its products and supply chain. In collaboration with Greenpeace's Detox campaign, the official World Cup sponsor has laid out a credible plan for the elimination of per-and polyfluorinated chemicals and set key milestones to achieve full supply chain transparency.

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Teijin develops advanced fabric for high comfort and performance
Innovation in Textiles
Teijin Frontier, the Teijin Group's fiber products converting company, has developed an advanced, high comfort, high density fabric DELTA 2000 that is said to offer excellent performance for use in outerwear. The fabric has a distinctive structure comprising a warp of densely and finely crimped bulky yarn and a weft of ultra-thin yarn.
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Nanofibers for quantum computing
R&D Magazine
Take a fine strand of silica fiber, attach it at each end to a slow-turning motor, gently torture it over an unflickering flame until it just about reaches its melting point and then pull it apart. That, according to researchers at the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland, is how you fabricate ultrahigh transmission optical nanofibers, a potential component for future quantum information devices, which they describe in AIP Advances.
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Textile and garment makers discuss 'Made in the UK'
just-style
The growing hunger for "Made in the U.K." products is finally translating into business for many U.K. textiles and garment manufactures, according to exhibitors at the inaugural Make it British "Meet the Manufacturer" sourcing event in London recently. While some believe the move is still in its infancy, others are looking to expand their production capacity in response to growth and new opportunities.
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Korean investment grows in Vietnamese textile sector
Fibre2fashion
In what can be termed as growing interest by Korean companies in investing in the textile and apparel sector in Vietnam, a new fiber manufacturing plant with Korean investment has been launched this month in Vietnam’s southern province of Dong Nai, reports Vietnam Investment Review. The US $52 million project was launched by Dong-IL Vietnam Limited, a subsidiary of Seoul-based Dong-IL Corporation, in Dong Nai province's Loc An-Binh Son Industrial Park.
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