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The James Dyson Award

Wanted: Problem solvers

The James Dyson Award inspires, encourages and celebrates budding inventors' new, problem-solving ideas - and provides a platform to launch them. It runs annually, and is open to current and recently graduated design or engineering university students.

Past winners

Since 2005, the James Dyson Award has supported young inventors - many of which have gone on to commercialise their inventions in fields such as healthcare and sustainability.

  • Australia

    Project Flock

    A bike light that illuminates the riders' moving legs to promote safety.

  • Japan


    Voice-restoring wearable device for throat cancer patients.

  • Philippines


    Electricity-generating panels made from up-cycled crop waste.

  • Italy

    Cloud of sea

    A product that helps humankind to clean the micro-plastics present in the sea.

  • US


    A sustainable wood alternative made from Kombucha industry waste.

  • Canada

    Guided Hands™

    An assistive device that improves life for people with limited hand mobility.

  • France


    A sensory chair to support those with Autism.

  • UK

    The Tyre Collective

    A device that uses electrostatics to capture tyre particles.

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