University of California, Irvine engineers develop material with heat regulation properties
Personal patches sewn into clothes could reduce energy waste in buildings, Rutgers-led study says
When are lab coats necessary? When should gloves be worn? What types are best?
Fungi in fashion
New research shows how paper-cutting can make ultra strong, stretchable electronics
Surgeon's skullcaps and bouffant caps evaluated in environmental tests during mock operations, with cloth skullcaps showing minimal airborne contamination
Scientists have revealed the mechanism describing how these products work effectively on cloths and yarns, which could pave the way to more effective softening products
Stanford engineers use SDSC’s ‘Comet’ to develop a plastic fabric that cools the skin
For years scientists have been working on self-repairing films that could be placed onto products to boost their lifetimes
First-of-its-kind lab coat guards against multiple hazards.