Canadian entrepreneurs take on winter

By Staff | February 27, 2015 | Last updated on February 27, 2015
1 min read

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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