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July 16, 2018 Issue

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July 16, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 29

Large and small suppliers vow to help a resource-intensive, cost-sensitive industry change with the times

Cover:Colorful printed pattern of abstract flowers and swirls on a textile.

Credit: Intech Digital | High-resolution color patterns can be printed directly onto cotton using pigment inks rather than dyes to reduce the use of water and chemicals.

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It costs “only 1 to 2% of the fiber’s value to ship it anywhere in the world.”

Dan Pichler, joint managing director , CarbConsult

These new textile dyeing methods could make fashion more sustainable

Large and small suppliers vow to help a resource-intensive, cost-sensitive industry change with the times

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Inorganic Chemistry

Perovskite ferroelectrics go metal-free

Study turns up large family of organic-inorganic materials that could find low-cost, lightweight applications in electronics

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