Functional Textiles - Making Portugal proud

In 2017, according to the ATP - Textile and Clothing Association of Portugal, Technical Textiles contributed with 25% of total textile exports in Portugal. As time goes by, it is expected that the importance of functional textiles in the Portuguese economy keeps growing.

Aware of this, Ana Lehmann - the Portuguese Secretary of State of Industry - reacted to the Portuguese press coverage on SKHINCAPS posting in her facebook page that "Functional textiles and CeNTI are a pride for Portugal".

SKHINCAPS Consortium is proud to be pushing functional textiles forward!


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SKHINCAPS on the May issue of Open Access Government

Innovative nanocapsules for skin care

Due to the unique properties achieved at nanoscale, nanotechnology has attracted an exponential interest, being the focus of numerous studies, developments and marketing actions in a full range of applications. Nanotechnologies and nano-enabled materials are already being used in several industries such as textile, pharmaceutical and cosmetic. Although the nanomaterials may bring many advances and benefits to society and the environment, it also poses new challenges and impacts in health, environment and safety, etc., thus being a thematic that needs to be handled in a responsible way. (...)

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Developing smart materials for your future

SKHINCAPS story published in SciTech Europa Quarterly Issue 27

Carla Silva, CTO at CeNTI, outlines the centre’s activities, focusing on the aims of the SKHINCAPS project which looks to bring smart materials into skin healthcare applications.

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