Log in

Register Subscribe
The Home of Textile Innovation

SAARBRUCKEN - Scientists at Saarland University in Germany say they have developed a way of creating smart fabrics by 'dyeing' electrical properties into the material.

The researchers say the new method makes it possible to convert textiles and garments into e-textiles without affecting their size, stretchability and suppleness.

"Our goal was to integrate interactive functionalities directly into the fibres of textiles instead of just attaching electronic components to them," said Jürgen Steimle, computer science professor at Saarland University.

Why Subscribe?


Weekly e-news bulletin

Latest news direct to your inbox

Interested in advertising?

Simply give us a call

Sales: +44 1977 708488

Or if you prefer email, click on the button below and we'll get back to you asap


Why Subscribe?

Looking beyond the cutting edge of textile innovation allows you to stay well ahead of the competition. That’s exactly what you get through a subscription to T.EVO – which delivers a refreshing new take on the rapid evolution of today’s dynamic textile sector.

Key T.EVO benefits:

You will learn about:

All this from MCL Global – the fastest growing international textile publisher – which can now offer today’s textile industry a unique preview of how today’s industry will look tomorrow.

In print, online and mobile device formats.