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PULLMAN - Researchers at Washington State University have developed a fibre which, said to offer the flexibility of cotton and the electric conductivity of a polymer, could have a range of applications in the smart textiles sector.

In tests, the WSU researchers used polyaniline, a synthetic polymer with conductive properties already used in applications such as printed circuit board manufacturing.

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