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Volvo supports seawall design that mimics a popular habitat for marine life
An artist has created an exhibition featuring working electronic devices knitted using metal threads.
A tent made of a nano rip-stop nylon is capable of repairing itself by using friction to seal holes and punctures.
Instant spray-on fabric lets users spray clothes directly onto their bodies.
A new coating for fresh produce helps increase food security by both reusing and reducing agricultural waste.
A new design of jeans, made for all genders, includes features tailored for life in the high-tech modern world.
Graphene, a new material discovered by University of Manchester scientists in 2004, has been used for the first time in fashion in a high-tech dress.