Many of the applications for electronic textiles will be in the health and wellness sectors. Therefore, the Advanced Textiles Research Group was pleased to host a visit this week by David Browning, the new director of the MediCity healthcare incubator (http://www.biocity.co.uk/locations/medicity ) that is being established in Nottingham. Medicity is being set up in conjunction with BioCity Nottingham (http://www.biocity.co.uk/locations/biocity-nottingham) and Alliance Boots (http://www.allianceboots.com/). David is pictured with Professor Dias (left), head of the Advanced Textiles Research Group, and Professor Marjan Sarshar (right) the Associate Dean for Research within the College of Art & Design and Built Environment at Nottingham Trent University.
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