University of Central Florida scientists introduced a user-operated color-changing fabric.
Renee Henze, the global marketing director at DuPont Industrial Biomaterials, discusses.
Aquafil partnered with Genomatica to develop a sustainable “bio-nylon.”
Technical sports apparel company Human Performance Engineering added subscription services to its business model.
The fabric technology Celliant is categorized as a “responsive” textile.
Dropel poached Kwaku Temeng, a former director of Under Armour’s Open Innovation Lab, to become its chief technology officer.
S’well cites textiles as a muse for the company’s decorative signature silhouette bottles.
Supima’s annual design competition celebrated the unique characteristics of Supima cotton.
Noble Biomaterials created a range of sustainable high-performance textiles.
The company is investing in a more eco-friendly version of the existing Storm System treatment, which makes natural fabrics waterproof and wind resistant.
Chaich talks “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.”
In earlier decisions, lower courts ruled that Colva had infringed on Huntsman’s Chinese patent.