19 Jun '13, 6pm

UC Davis scientists have developed a water-repellent fabric that drains away sweat like a boss

Summer heat waves are around the corner, and so to are baskets of sweaty, smelly laundry . Scientists at UC Davis have invented a fabric that may help to combat the perspiration problem with a new fabric that acts in a similar fashion to human skin. Excess moisture forms itself into droplets and drain away along the material. The textile consists of a microfluidic platform that uses water attracting threads stitched into a water repellent fabric. The researchers were able to collect water via the threads on one side of the fabric and move them along to the other side, expelling the moisture.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/uc-davis-scientists-develop-wate...

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