Unless you head south each year, you can’t avoid the winter. But, thanks to two young entrepreneurs, you may be able to escape the cold starting next year, reports U of T Engineering News.

That’s because the U of T engineering grads have created, and are working on mass-producing, a smart shirt that monitors your body temperature. Through three built-in heating pads, the battery-operated shirt helps cut the cold by boosting your temperature when needed. Read more.

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