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< 18

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'We began studying physics together, and Sandro was surprised when I tried to explain to him some of the ideas that at the time I was confusedly cultivating. That the nobility of Man, acquired in a hundred centuries of trial and error, lay in making himself the conqueror of matter, and that I had enrolled in chemistry because I wanted to remain faithful to this nobility. That conquering matter is to understand it, and understanding matter is necessary to understanding the universe and ourselves: and that therefore Mendeleev’s Periodic Table, which just during those weeks we were laboriously learning to unravel, was oetry, loftier and more solemn than all the poetry we had swallowed down in liceo; and come to think of it, it even rhymed!' (P. Levi, Iron)


18 < n < 27

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Newton's binomial is as beautiful as the Venus de Milo, the truth is few people notice it. (F. Pessoa)


27 < n < 32

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We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win. (J.F. Kennedy)


32 < n < 37

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37 < n < 39

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Week by week

WEEK 1 INTRODUCTION

WEEK 2 DIGITAL BODIES

WEEK 3 MODULAR FASHION

WEEK 4 BIODYES AND BIOFABRICS

WEEK 5 E-TEXTILES & WEARABLES I

WEEK 6 COMPUTATIONAL COUTURE

WEEK 7 TEXTILE AS SCAFFOLD

WEEK 8 FROM FIBERS TO FABRIC

WEEK 9 E-TEXTILES & WEARABLES II

WEEK 10 IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS

WEEK 11 SOFT ROBOTICS

WEEK 12 SKIN ELECTRONICS