“Smart” winter clothes were developed by researchers from Standford

In conditions when winter is getting colder, it becomes necessary to create clothes based on new technologies that maintain heat. Researchers from Standford University have been contributing to their contributions. They created nanoni, with which clothing retains the warmth of the human body much better.

Scientists managed to create a light, breathing material, which is in no way inferior to traditional wool fabrics, but unlike them it is much better preserving heat. Since the developed nanoni are conducting material, it became possible with the help

Power source to heat clothes, while effectively maintaining the heat obtained.

Heat -saving glove

According to researchers, thermal textiles will save up to 1000 kW/h per person annually, which corresponds to the monthly consumption of electricity by the average resident of the metropolis.

The new technology may well be used in the creation of building materials, which could significantly reduce dependence on traditional

Energy sources due to heat conservation.

Already now, about half of all energy consumption on Earth falls on heating residential and public buildings. In addition, its growing consumption negatively affects the environment, which is most clearly manifested in an increasing greenhouse effect.

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