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MARYLAND – Researchers from the University of Maryland say they have developed a thermal regulation textile that has a 55 per cent greater cooling effect than cotton. The fabric gives users a cooler skin temperature, while the material can be fabricated using 3D printing. Lead researcher, Liangbing Hu says that the material could act as a low cost way to cool the human body and reduce energy consumption by air conditioning.

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