Valley Public Radio | California Cotton Farmers Maximize Harvest by Tagging Crops with DNA

VPR: NPR for Central California, March 21st, 2017 In 2014 the California cotton industry got a wake up call. Somewhere in the supply chain of turning high end cotton into fabric the products were being laced with inferior fiber. And now as FM89’s Ezra David Romero reports consumers can be sure they’re getting what they [...]

100% Pure Egyptian Cotton? Truth or Marketing?

Applied DNA Sciences in 2009 conducted a market sweep of 100% ELS- or 100% Pima-labeled Pure Egyptian Cotton bed linens, using its patent protected fiberTyping® to confirm the fiber content. In this study, 29 samples were selected at random in a market sweep of products from multiple U.S.-based luxury retail outlets and online websites. fiberTyping® [...]

The Truth About Testing Processes for Premium Cotton

Applied DNA Sciences presents a special advertorial report on understanding how to determine if the products you make and sell are truly what they say they are The entire issue of compliance standards for product components and labeling, sustainability claims and quality control in the home textiles industry has emerged as [...]

Home Textiles Today | HFPA: DNA testing, cotton appraisal presentation at NY Market

HFPA: DNA testing, cotton appraisal presentation at NY Market; 20-plus year expert tapped to host event Home Textiles Today,  August 23rd, 2016  

Home Textiles Today: The Truth About Testing Processes for Premium Cotton

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fibre2fashion | Face2Face with Dr. James Hayward: “We are working more towards fibre typing”

fibre2fashion.com, April 25th, 2016

APDN Launches Enhanced DNA Authentication Quantifying Cotton Species

“Pure Pima” Consumer Cotton Brands Now Able to Determine Amounts of Blends Release Details 5 April, 2016 Applied DNA Sciences today is introducing proprietary enhanced DNA authentication technology specifically quantifying cotton species – meaning that consumer cotton brands can now determine the amounts of inappropriate blends in their cotton, not just the [...]

Valley Public Radio | Cotton Sheet Conspiracy Brought Down By DNA Testing

VPR: NPR for Central California, February 9th, 2016

Cotton Companion Podcast: Take a Load Off, China?

Cotton Companion Podcast, January 29th, 2016 Cotton Grower editors Jim Steadman and Beck Barnes sit down to discuss the possibility of China offloading a large portion of its cotton stocks, and what that might mean for growers in the Cotton Belt. Beck also interviews representatives from Applied Sciences DNA. [...]

Textile Newsletter: May 2015