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The Swedish School of Textiles


Garment that communicates via vibrations

Many people with deafblindness communicate via haptic communication. Now, researchers are working to digitise and integrate this into a garment.

Subjective evaluation of textiles.

New method to evaluate comfort of smart and functional textiles

User-friendliness has been the focus of the development of smart and functional textiles. Now it is time to address comfort of these textiles.

Networks strengthens smart textiles research

Two of the university's researchers participate in CONTEXT, a European network that means to link together research and innovation in smart textiles.

Teach the teachers in Education for Fashion Tech

Teachers creating ways to teach fashion-tech in a EU funded international project.

Pomp and Circumstance at the Academic Ceremony

Text + Movie On 3 May, the university's academic ceremony was held.

She seeks inner vision

What is creativity, really? And what does it look like? Stefanie Malmgren de Oliveira has mapped the fashion designer's internal process.

One step closer to reality for a smart feminine hygiene product

The innovation Spacerpad--a reusable, smart sanitary towel--has now been tested for over two months by women in Kenya. Now it’s time for a follow-up.

New methods to find clothes that fit

A new doctoral thesis shows that there are tools that can help in the process of finding the right size.

New durable yarn is developed with classic technology

A completely new yarn based on recycled textiles and natural fibres has been developed at the Swedish School of Textiles.

Presentation on 3D-printed polymers won at a major conference

Prisca Eutionnat, doctoral student in textile materials technology won "Best poster award" at a major textile conference in Germany in late November