New fabric could help keep you cool in the summer, even without A/C

Science Daily  July 29, 2020
When interspersed in fabric the thermally conductive boron nitride has the ability to transfer heat, allow moisture to evaporate from the skin and repel water. To improve the process researchers in China enabled boron nitride to better interpenetrate and remain porous. According to the researchers the material has improved thermal conductivity, moisture permeability, and better resistance to water penetrability and repellency…read more. TECHNICAL ARTICLE

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