Smart Fabric Automatically Cools or Insulates Depending on Conditions

Automatic insulating fabric
This new fabric changes properties to trap or release heat depending on conditions (Image Credit: Faye Levine, University of Maryland)
Decades of innovation in the field of fabric development failed to produce a fabric that can automatically change its insulation properties in response to the environment, for example, keeping a […]
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