Smart Clothing: These new knit caps can identify your baby’s temperature with special yarn

We all know farmers feed and clothe the world, and now, they could be protecting the youngest members of your family!

LSU AgCenter’s Craig Gautreaux has the story from the LSU campus.

Researchers are also looking at how to implement functional yarn for other medical needs, such as elastic yarn used for compression bandages.

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