Material Innovations for Textiles, Batteries, and Wastewater Industries

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This issue of High-Tech Materials TOE covers recent material innovations focused on a thermal regulated textile, textile-based microbial fuel cells, and an agrowaste-based adsorbent. These advanced materials can be used for various industries with different potential application such as wearable electronics, sportswear, and wastewater treatment. The profiled innovations include highly thermal conductive textiles, stretchable microbial fuel cells, low cost adsorbents for organic pollutant and heavy metals, lightweight laminated textiles, and reversible thermal regulated fabrics. The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, a

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Material Innovations for Textiles, Batteries, and Wastewater IndustriesRecent Advancements in Material TechnologiesThermal Conductive Textile Using 3D Printed NanofibersStretchable Textile-based Microbial Fuel Cells for Wearable ElectronicsAdsorbent Materials Using Fruit Byproducts for Wastewater TreatmentPolyester High-gauge Knitting Material Laminated with Breathable FilmReversible Fabrics to Keep Skin with Ambient Temperature Key Contacts

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