During the two days work meetings in Bucharest, the Romanian capital leaded the 3rd edition of TEX TEH III international conference, devoted to the Application of Nanotechnologies for Textiles. This actual subject was discussed from international specialists from 10 countries in 4 separated sessions, organized by the National Institute for textile and leather of Romania.
With the desire to intensify research on the TTF, Managers team of FP7 project entitled: "Unlocking the Croatian Textile Research Potentials", in May of 2010. year opened contest for best scientific research and artistic research in the field of textiles (theme: the protective materials, clothing and footwear).
Due to concerns of participants of the competition, and also the wish that the new students TTF can enable participation in the contest, the Manager team of FP7 project decided to extend the deadline for submission of papers, along with expansion of awards. For this reason please find enclosed the new text of the competition with new deadlines.
The following new documents are available:
Head and Deputy Head of TSRC:
Prof. Drago Katovic, PhD
Prof. Sandra Bischof Vukusic, PhD
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Textile Institute, Manchester has offered us a free membership for our first year students.
The Textile Institute - Manchester, UK, is one of the world's oldest professional associations in the field of textiles. Founded in 1910., and from 1925. associated with the Royal Charted, it brings together experts in the field of textiles, clothing and footwear design.
Every textile item releases effluents that are harmful to the environment. Fabrics made in eco-friendly way can substitute normal products. Reducing the environmental impact throughout the life-cycle of a fabric item or using lower impact products can contribute actively to improve the situation.In general, there are four major environmental key factors associated with the making of textiles: water, energy, pollution, and use of non-renewable resources.
Pakistan's textile industry is asking for greater access to the US and European Union markets as it struggles for survival after floods devastated the country. Textile makers are asking for support to help make up for the losses.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Basit told reporters in Islamabad that the EU was mulling a meeting of its foreign ministers to discuss providing flood assistance to Pakistan, and possibly greater market access for Pakistani products.