The ArcInTex European Training Network (ETN) aims to strengthen the foundations of design for more sustainable forms of living.
Research leader Nils-Krister Persson is an enthusiastic generalist who has moved from physics and molecular biology to smart textiles, with the aim of changing and improving society.
Viktor Aldrin is the researcher who wants to shape the young teachers to look at their students with happy eyes and instil hope for the future.
A reusable sanitary pad that could change everyday life for women in developing countries is being developed at the Swedish School of Textiles.
A brand new and seemingly revolutionary prototype has seen the light of day. It has been developed during a project involving the Swedish School of Textiles and the University of Borås, and is called SpacerPAD. It is a sanitary pad made from new quick-drying, recyclable and reusable materials and intended for women in developing countries.
Black and white threads, with different dense twists that form a pattern in a woven or knitted piece of fabric, can be used as a traceable tag.
Björn Hammarfelt, researcher at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, investigates the role of the patent as a source of...
A new research project will develop methods for dyeing and finishing textiles. The purpose is to reduce wastewater from the dyeing companies.
Now researchers will make attempts to develop a new method for classifying bottom ash – an issue important to energy companies in Sweden.