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Self-cleaning effects for textiles

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The lotus plant's extraordinary ability to keep itself clean by means of the ultrafine surface structures on its leaves has led to Buddhism's holy flower becoming rather a celebrity in our latitudes, too. Yet we can also observe this self-cleaning effect on our own indigenous plants such as the nasturtium, reed or lady's mantle: water droplets just roll off the surface of their leaves, taking particles of dirt along with them.
Learning from nature's example, science has recognized that it is not the smoothest possible surfaces but those with structures measuring some dozens of nanometers that repel dirt and water most effectively.

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Textile Personalities

Here you can see nine the most great person from textile history. Evrerything develop in textile today is their merits. Remember them.....

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Global Recession Impacts on Fashion Industry: Strategies for Survival

The whole world is facing global recession. The economy is slowing, the business environment is unpredictable and the consumers are getting increasingly diverse, informed, technologically strong and demanding. The global meltdown has, in no way, spared the fashion industry. This industry, along with other textile products industry, is also feeling the pinch of financial adversity.

 

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Carbon fibre reuse technology very near commercial stage

The world’s first Carbon Fibre Recycling and Reuse conference is being held in the stunning city of Hamburg on 3-4 November 2009. The conference opens with an interactive workshop, presenting comprehensive brand new data from IntertechPira's forthcoming market report "Carbon Fibre Markets to 2015".

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Completed the workshop: The role of innovation, with emphasis on the sectors of textile / apparel and information technologies

Of 21 till 23.09.2009. Zagreb is hosted a workshop entitled''The role of innovation, with emphasis on the sectors of textile / apparel and information technologies'', organized within the project FP7-REGPOT-2008-1-229801: T-Pot.

The organizers of this workshop were Faculty of Textile Technology, University of Zagreb and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, and workshop was held in the Council of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce. During the three-day workshop participants met with the theme: Innovation and application of innovation in the field of textiles and clothing and application of innovation in the textile ICT sector.

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