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    Discover the story of our Chief Engineer and Founder, James Dyson as he introduces his new autobiography, Invention: A Life. Illustrated by many failures but defined by the many products and technologies he has developed, James writes about the importance of education, mentorship, and self-reliance. And the critical importance of engineers and scientists to society. Find out more on the Dyson Newsroom below

    Invention: A Life is James Dyson's story, illustrated by many failures but defined by the many products and technologies he has developed. It is not a book about business, rather the importance of education, mentorship, and self-reliance, and the critical importance to society of engineers and scientists.

    Invention: A Life is James Dyson's story, illustrated by many failures but defined by the many products and technologies he has developed. It is not a book about business, rather the importance of education, mentorship, and self-reliance, and the critical importance to society of engineers and scientists.

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    After receiving 2,010 entries from across 28 countries and regions, the James Dyson Foundation has announced this year’s national winners and runners-up for the 2021 James Dyson Award. The national finalists showcase a breadth of inventions addressing a wide range of global problems. The US winner and University of Illinois bio-design student, Gabe Tavas, takes on deforestation with his wood-like material, Pyrus. By embracing a balance between nature and design, Gabe found a way to use bacterial cellulose — the main component of wood — to form an alternative material which imitates exotic woods found in the Amazon Rainforest. Unlike current wood alternative materials, Pyrus uses kombucha waste, which is both environmentally friendly and sustainably created. To learn more about Gabe and his award-winning invention, click the Dyson Newsroom link below.

    Problem: Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive procedure which inserts a new valve into a person's heart without removing the old, damaged valve. According to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, more than 100,000 US patients underwent TAVR procedures in 2019. However, 2.8% of patients who undergo a TAVR procedure develop strokes, while 80% have signs of silent ischemia.

    Problem: Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive procedure which inserts a new valve into a person's heart without removing the old, damaged valve. According to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, more than 100,000 US patients underwent TAVR procedures in 2019. However, 2.8% of patients who undergo a TAVR procedure develop strokes, while 80% have signs of silent ischemia.

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    This year’s James Dyson Award National winners have been announced! Over 2,000 aspiring inventors from 28 countries and regions entered the Award this year, bringing game-changing inventions to our judges. Featuring pioneering and sustainably produced materials, a solar-powered desalinisation tool and new approaches to at-home medical care. This year’s entries have been phenomenal! Find out more about the winning inventions on the Dyson newsroom below.

    The James Dyson Award is an international design award 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 award 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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    Ten years ago, Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH) opened the Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care. A neonatal intensive care unit engineered to create a healthier environment for over 500 babies annually, their parents and staff. This month the hospital breaks ground for the upcoming Dyson Cancer Centre, opening in 2023. A pioneering cancer services hub, which has been supported by a £4million donation from the James Dyson Foundation, our charitable arm. Find out how these healing spaces support advancing medical care, from James Dyson and RUH staff. https://www.dyson.co.uk/newsroom/overview/news/july-2021/James-Dyson-Foundation-and-Royal-United-Hospitals-Bath


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    Dyson is hiring. We are searching for the brightest minds in science, health, software, electronics and engineering. At Dyson we are focused on solving the problems that others have ignored; solving them first using our technology and ingenuity. In order to achieve this we need to pioneer technologies that are different and authentic. Join us – careers.dyson.com

    Dyson is hiring. We are searching for the brightest minds in science, health, software, electronics and engineering. At Dyson we are focused on solving...

    Dyson is hiring. We are searching for the brightest minds in science, health, software, electronics and engineering. At Dyson we are focused on solving...

  • At Dyson, our engineers work on hero technology every day, solving the problems that others ignore. On International Women in Engineering Day, we hear from women at Dyson to learn more about what an engineer does, redefine misconceptions around engineering and hear their advice for the next generation of aspiring Engineering Heroes and problem solvers. Hear the full story and the importance of involving women in STEM, including in schools and in higher education on the Dyson Newsroom. https://www.dyson.co.uk/newsroom/overview/features/june-2021/international-women-in-engineering-day

    To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2021, we look at some of the hero technology designed at Dyson. Hear Dyson engineers discuss how we shoul...

    To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2021, we look at some of the hero technology designed at Dyson. Hear Dyson engineers discuss how we shoul...

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    Dyson is hiring. "We are growing our research and engineering teams to achieve radical leaps in the performance of our machines, underpinned by technologies such as solid-state batteries and robotics.” James Dyson. We’re searching for hundreds of the brightest minds in science, health and engineering to help us deepen research and achieve our £2.75bn global investment plan. Roles are based in the UK and Singapore and will join our 6,000 strong engineering teams. Find out how to apply and join teams creating future technologies on the Dyson Newsroom below,


  • Air quality has made more headlines in 2020 than perhaps any other year. Air pollution is a problem both indoors and outdoors. Dyson actively supports the work of experts the world over to progress research, collect evidence and educate and empower individuals to reduce their pollution exposure. Read more about our work on the Dyson Newsroom below.

  • "Now is the time to invest in technologies such as energy storage, robotics and software which will drive performance and sustainability in our technology for the benefit of Dyson’s customers. This will start a new chapter in Dyson’s development.” - Roland Krueger, Dyson CEO. Dyson announces a new £2.75bn drive in future technologies. Find out more on what the future holds at Dyson on the Newsroom.

  • "The Blue Box has the potential to make cancer screening a part of daily life. It can help to change the way society fights breast cancer to ensure that more women can avoid an advanced diagnosis.” Judit Giro Benet is a 23-year-old biomedical engineering graduate and inventor of The Blue Box, this year’s International winner of the James Dyson Award. The Blue Box is an at-home breast cancer screening device using a urine sample. Find out more on the Dyson Newsroom.

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