Tag Archives: Apparel Design

Researchers Invent Shape-Changing Textiles Powered Only by Body Heat

Invention of shape-changing textiles powered only by body heat

A new study led by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Design of Active Materials and Structures Lab (DAMSL) and Wearable Technology Lab (WTL) details the development of a temperature-responsive textile that can be used to create self-fitting garments powered only by body heat.

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Apparel Design Partnership Creates Zero-Waste Fabric System

Apparel Design students learn about Winsome Goods.

To become more sustainable, Winsome Goods founder Kathryn Sieve (B.S. ‘11, Apparel Design) knew she had to find a way to incorporate the leftover fabric scraps from her products into usable items. After discussing the problem with instructor Lindsey Strange it became clear that it was the perfect research project for students to tackle.

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College of Design Career and Internship Events 2019-2020

Career and Internship Services is pleased to present eight different career fairs and portfolio events for College of Design students, alumni, and employers this academic year. With opportunities for every design major, these events are free for design alumni and students.

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