Nano Textile was established in 2013, immediately after a very successful R&D phase, which was fully funded by a 12M EURO investment from the European Commission’s FP7 initiative.
Transform any surface into antibacterial; anti-fungal; mold free surface, let it purify your surrounding air and protect your building interior and exterior from environmental contamination.
Article - 13 Mar 2004
Hyosung Corp of South Korea has developed and launched a fibre that uses nanotechnology to give it antibacterial properties. Posted March 10 2004
Article - 5 Apr 2004
LG Electronics has released the 'TV DIOS' fridge with a built in 13-inch hi-definition TFT LCD TV. The 600 litre fridge also has a built-in FM radio and speakers. Posted March 30 2004
Article - 19 Mar 2004
Hyosung announced that it has become Korea’s first developer of nanotechnology fiber. Posted February 25 2004
News - 9 Feb 2018
Bacterial infections are said to be one of the paramount threats to human health. However, because of the increasing spread of multidrug-resistant bacteria, the present antibiotic reservoir seems to...
News - 27 Jan 2020
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as a serious threat to global public health, and one that is increasing...
News - 16 Feb 2018
Unique copper-coated uniforms would soon be worn by healthcare professionals, doctors, and nurses in an effort to reduce infection outbreaks at hospitals. These uniforms are especially brushed with...
News - 27 Oct 2017
It is a known fact that silver nanoparticles, or AgNPs, have exceptional antibacterial characteristics and are believed to be a favored candidate in the crucial hunt for antibiotic-resistant bacteria....
News - 15 Jun 2016
Nano Textile, introduces a revolutionary technology that can transfer any type of fabric to one that kills bacteria.
The unique, cost effective technology, which permanently prevents the growth of...