Clothing Physiology Institute Hohenstein: Basic research for innovative textiles

March 2007
Melliand International;Mar2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p18
Academic Journal
The article offers information concerning the development of the Clothing Physiology Institute Hohenstein in Germany. The institute is promoting an investment strategic for its basic research towards innovative textiles. It is claimed that the institute will use its €1.5 million donations for the acquisition of test equipment for the areas of activity of medical textiles and physiological optimization of textile products. The background and goal of the institutions as a competence center for medical textile is described. It is expected that through an additional laboratory technology, the institute will be superior in researching and optimizing protective clothing.


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