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U-Md. researchers develop smart fabric that automatically warms or cools you off

The Washington Post - Wed 13 Feb 19

University of Maryland researchers say a new temperature-regulating fabric could help people save energy and reduce the costs of air conditioning and heating.

Heat-sensitive fabric cools you on hot days and warms you in the cold

Newscientist - Thu 7 Feb 19

A temperature sensitive fabric adjusts to how hot, cold or sweaty the wearer is to help them reach the perfect temperature

This new fabric will automatically cool you down when you get hot and sweaty

MIT Technology Review - Thu 7 Feb 19

The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times.

Scientists develop first fabric to automatically cool or insulate depending on conditions

Phys.org - Thu 7 Feb 19

Despite decades of innovation in fabrics with high-tech thermal properties that keep marathon runners cool or alpine hikers warm, there has never been a material that changes its insulating ...

Scientists develop first fabric to automatically cool or insulate depending on conditions, ScienceDaily - Thu 7 Feb 19

Smart fabric changes thermal insulation based on environment

ZME Science - Fri 8 Feb 19

Finally, something to wear that isn't too warm nor too cold.

Smart textile uses sweat as switch to keep wearer cool or warm

Chemistry World - Fri 8 Feb 19

Material responds to moisture by becoming more porous and can dissipate infrared radiation more effectively too

Futuristic fabric adjusts with the temperature to keep you comfy - CNET

CNET Cutting Edge - Thu 7 Feb 19

Scientists use carbon nanotubes to create a material that's hip to hot and cold.

Scientists Develop First Fabric That Automatically Cools or Heats Depending on Conditions

Geek.com - Thu 7 Feb 19

This could be a game-changer for both marathon runners and Alpine adventurers: Scientists have developed a fabric that changes its insulating properties in response to the environment. Researchers ...

The jumper that won’t make you too hot or cold

Daily Mail - Thu 7 Feb 19

Experts from the University of Maryland took wool which is already available and used in performance sportswear as their starting point for the new clothing item.

Smart fabric regulates body heat

CandEN - Thu 7 Feb 19

A textiles knit with carbon nanotube–coated fibers trap or dissipate heat according to how hot and sweaty the wearer is