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BEYREUTH - Scientists based in Germany and China have collaborated to develop a new nonwoven material, which is said to be electrically conductive, yet also possesses the requisite characteristics of clothing that is suitable for daily use. The researchers claim their findings can pave the way for a new strain of comfortable smart textiles, which can be adapted to suit a range of wearable technology applications.

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