Andrew and team publish paper on creating heated cloth
Manufacturers are poised to take advantage of a new technique for creating electrically heated cloth developed by Trisha Andrew, Chemistry, and colleagues, who have made gloves that keep fingers as warm as the palm of the hand. In a paper in Applied Materials & Interfaces, they describe how they use a vapor deposition method for nano-coating fabric to create sewable, weavable, electrically heated material. Read more.
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