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Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas have invented a way to produce weavable yarns that can contain up to 95 weight percent of otherwise unspinnable powders, adding multifunctionality to the resulting textile.

The researchers have demonstrated their technique by weaving superconductors and lithium-ion battery materials, and the work might lead to wearable solar cells. The researchers report that the yarn could hold TiO2 for use in Gr├Ątzel solar cells.

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