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The Future of 'Smart' Fabrics in Medicine

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    Dr. Nicholas Kotov, a professor within the chemical, material science and biomedical engineering departments at the University of Michigan, describes to host Dr. Jason Birnholz the technology underlying fabrics that can detect blood and monitor health. Dr. Kotov explains how ordinary cotton, dipped in a solution of carbon nanotubes and a solution of polymers, can conduct enough power to illuminate a diode device. Tune in to hear how this conductivity is put to use, and the applications for transforming clothing into a data device that provides health-related information.

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    Dr. Nicholas Kotov, a professor within the chemical, material science and biomedical engineering departments at the University of Michigan, describes to host Dr. Jason Birnholz the technology underlying fabrics that can detect blood and monitor health. Dr. Kotov explains how ordinary cotton, dipped in a solution of carbon nanotubes and a solution of polymers, can conduct enough power to illuminate a diode device. Tune in to hear how this conductivity is put to use, and the applications for transforming clothing into a data device that provides health-related information.

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