Airdrop by Edward Linacre won the James Dyson Award 2011
James Dyson is an inventor first and foremost, in addition to vacuum it is involved in many innovative projects, pushing the students, the inventors to follow the right steps.
” Airdrop, inspired by the drought and beetles in the desert “, a nice topic for this invention designed by the Australian Edward Linacre .
A simple goal: to turn air into water! (Uptake of moisture from the air, even in the driest regions to transmit to the vegetation and plantation agriculture optimizing previously impossible.)
The concept of the competition:
” The James Dyson Award is run by the James Dyson Foundation, which aims to support the creation, industrial design and innovation culture. The James Dyson Foundation supports schools and universities in England and abroad.
The James Dyson Award is an international competition open to students in engineering and design as well as young designers and engineers have graduated within four years, studying or have studied in Autralia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Spain, USA, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
Dyson is currently doubling its workforce in R & D. Many of the winners and challengers who have subsequently applied to Dyson and working there today.
The winner of the international James Dyson Award winning 10,000 pounds to help him develop his project. Her school will receive the same amount. The two challengers will receive more than 2000 pounds each. ”
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