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    Dyson is one of the “World’s Best Employers” and a Top 100 “Female-Friendly Company” to work for, according to two surveys published by Forbes, the US business magazine. For the Forbes World’s Best Employers list, 150,000 workers from 57 countries were asked to rate their “willingness to recommend their employers to friends and family and to evaluate other employers in their respective industries that stood out”. The World’s Top Female-Friendly Companies list involved a survey of 85,000 women working in 36 countries to determine which ones excel in gender equality, competitive pay and strong career advancement. Find out more about opportunities at Dyson at: http://ms.spr.ly/6041dQx53 #InsideDyson #ForbesBestEmployers #ForbesWorldsBestEmployers


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    Meet our Global 2022 James Dyson Award winners and International runner up. SmartHEAL, a smart sensor for bandages. Polyformer, a machine that recycles plastic bottles into 3D printer filament. And Ivvy, a wearable replacement for the existing intravenous pole. “Every year, the James Dyson Award offers proof that young people are passionate about improving the planet and solving environmental and medical problems." - Sir James Dyson Discover the moment James Dyson surprised the winners and read more about their inventions on the Dyson Newsroom below.

    The James Dyson Award has given more than £1m in prize money to over 300 promising inventions from young engineers and scientists around the world. This year, Sir James Dyson has selected two global winners, each receiving £30,000, and one runner-up, receiving £5,000 in prize money, to support the next stages of their inventions.

    The James Dyson Award has given more than £1m in prize money to over 300 promising inventions from young engineers and scientists around the world. This year, Sir James Dyson has selected two global winners, each receiving £30,000, and one runner-up, receiving £5,000 in prize money, to support the next stages of their inventions.

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    This year's James Dyson Award Top 20 Shortlist of inventions has been announced! Fifteen Dyson engineers across a variety of categories including Sustainability, Medicine, Software, Technical Design and Agriculture, came together to select their favourite entries from this year’s global James Dyson Award. Inventions range from a sustainable prosthesis for those who have had a mastectomy to a solution for eczema itch. Read more about the inspiring ideas from young inventors on the Dyson Newsroom below. James Dyson will now select his Global Winners from this Shortlist. Stay tuned for the 16th of November!

    Students and young engineers around the world continue to prove that invention never stops; they have the capability to solve the world's most difficult problems. The James Dyson Award Top 20 Shortlist inventions are designed to solve global issues head-on with unique solutions.

    Students and young engineers around the world continue to prove that invention never stops; they have the capability to solve the world's most difficult problems. The James Dyson Award Top 20 Shortlist inventions are designed to solve global issues head-on with unique solutions.

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    This year's James Dyson Award National winners have been announced! From a wearable IV drip, coral reef protection technology to ergonomic cutlery for the elderly – this year’s competition has seen remarkable solutions to medical, environmental and design problems around the world. Read more about the inspiring ideas from young inventors on the Dyson Newsroom. Dyson engineers will now select their Top 20 entries from this pool of winners, to put forward for the global prizes selected by James Dyson…stay tuned!

    The James Dyson Award is an international design competition that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers. Open to current students and recent design and engineering graduates, the Award is a chance for budding inventors to make a name for themselves.

    The James Dyson Award is an international design competition that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers. Open to current students and recent design and engineering graduates, the Award is a chance for budding inventors to make a name for themselves.

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    The future will be shaped by engineers. We need more women in engineering. At Dyson we are pleased to see positive progress. We've increased the representation of women on our Executive Committee by 37.5% over the past year. In the most recent cohort of the The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology, 41% identify as female, compared to a national average of 15.1% on engineering university courses. And for the last three years, the global James Dyson Award winners have been pioneering young women. To celebrate this year’s International Women in Engineering Day, we asked some of our female engineers to share their experiences in the industry.

    The future will be shaped by engineers, and we need more women in engineering. At Dyson we are pleased to see positive progress, - Dyson has increased the re...

    The future will be shaped by engineers, and we need more women in engineering. At Dyson we are pleased to see positive progress, - Dyson has increased the re...

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    Last week, Dyson attended the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Philadelphia and provided further definition to our ambitions in advanced robotics. We are supercharging Robotics, recruiting 250 robotics engineers this year across disciplines including computer vision, machine learning, sensors and mechatronics. The plan: to create the UK's largest, most advanced, robotics centre at Hullavington Airfield, led by Dyson’s Chief Engineer Jake Dyson, and to bring the technology into our homes by the end of the decade. Discover more on the Dyson Newsroom. below.

    At the conference, Dyson provides further definition to its ambitions in advanced robotics, and signals it is accelerating development of an autonomous device capable of household chores and other tasks.

    At the conference, Dyson provides further definition to its ambitions in advanced robotics, and signals it is accelerating development of an autonomous device capable of household chores and other tasks.

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    Today, at the IEEE RAS ICRA in Philadelphia, Dyson gives a glimpse into the future of household robots for the first time. From manipulation and robot learning, to visual perception and compliant control… We are calling for the world’s brightest robotics engineers to join our rapidly growing teams. The master plan: to create the UK's largest, most advanced, robotics centre at Hullavington Airfield and to bring the technology into our homes by the end of the decade. Intrigued by what you see?

    Need a helping hand around the home?Today, at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Philadelphia, Dyson gives a glimpse into the future ...

    Need a helping hand around the home?Today, at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Philadelphia, Dyson gives a glimpse into the future ...

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    Humble beginnings. Global outlook. A story of invention. Driven by frustration with his old vacuum and a passion for problem solving, James Dyson invented the first bagless vacuum. No big companies wanted to buy his invention – selling vacuum bags was far too profitable. So James decided to set up his own company. He called it Dyson. Dyson is a global research and technology company with engineering, research, development, manufacturing and testing operations in Singapore, the UK, Malaysia and the Philippines. Having started in a coach house in the UK, Dyson has consistently grown since it was established in 1993.  Learn more - careers.dyson.com/en-gb/who-we-are/

    "Problem solving is a disease - it is a mountain to climb" James Dyson discusses Dyson's approach to engineering.https://www.dyson.com Since Dyson released t...

    "Problem solving is a disease - it is a mountain to climb" James Dyson discusses Dyson's approach to engineering.https://www.dyson.com Since Dyson released t...

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    On 25 March, Mr Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore, officially opened Dyson’s new global headquarters at St James Power Station. The restored 110,000 sq. ft national monument will sit at the centre of Dyson’s ambitions to enter entirely new fields of research, and develop a new generation of high-performing technology products with increasing inbuilt intelligence. James Dyson, Founder and Chairman at Dyson, said, “We are honoured to be the custodians of this cathedral-like building; its rich history and architectural heritage will serve as a most inspiring backdrop as we pursue revolutionary new technologies." Learn more on the Dyson Newsroom

    Things are a bit different now. The first vacuum cleaner we made, the DC01, involved four mechanical engineers sitting in the hayloft of a Wiltshire Coach House and two engineers downstairs, working machines.

    Things are a bit different now. The first vacuum cleaner we made, the DC01, involved four mechanical engineers sitting in the hayloft of a Wiltshire Coach House and two engineers downstairs, working machines.

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    Last week, Mr Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore, officially opened Dyson’s new global headquarters at St James Power Station The restored 110 000 ft national monument will sit at the center of Dyson’s ambitions to enter entirely new fields of research, and develop a new generation of high performing technology products with increasing inbuilt intelligence “We are honoured to be the custodians of this cathedral like building it’s rich history and architectural heritage will serve as a most inspiring backdrop as we pursue revolutionary new technologies" - James Dyson, Founder and Chairman at Dyson.


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