Spinoff is NASA's annual premier publication featuring successfully commercialized NASA technology. For more than 40 years, NASA has facilitated the transfer of its technology to the private sector, benefiting global competition and the economy. Many projects include the use of textiles. Read more and contribute...
There has been increasing momentum in recent years in the use of nanotechnology to provide textile products with new and enhanced properties, such as stain and water repellence, flame retardance, antimicrobial properties, UV protection, abrasion resistance, odor absorption and insect repellence. Read more...
Geoff and Mike Howe, stars of "Howe and Howe Technologies" on the Discovery Channel, came to Natick with a crew to film an episode featuring the Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC) expected to air in November.
The brothers - best known for developing the "Ripsaw," the world's fastest unmanned ground...
New "Smart" Clothes Promise to Burn Calories, Evaporate Sweat. Next Up: Tracking Your Pulse
Bagir's suit has a lining that wicks away sweat and prevents odor.
Uniqlo's underwear features plastic dots that are meant to improve the wearer's posture.
Retailers are coming out with clothes that respond to the body on a sensory level. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports on tee-shirts...
Textile workers rush to print new camouflage
As U.S. troops in Afghanistan patrol a war zone, textile workers here at home at Duro Textiles LLC are working around the clock to churn out a new camouflage pattern the Army believes will better protect our soldiers.
Making a stealth uniform......