The vacuum cleaner design is essentially 100 years old, but what we need to clean the difficult, hard to get at areas is something light with fascinating features. Something that will clean curtains, around the back of sofas, all those areas you can'
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The Titan Arm, designed by four mechanical engineering students from the University of Pennsylvania, could help people with back injuries rebuild and regain control of muscles. It can also be used by people to lift heavy objects as part of their work.
James Dyson sells premium priced, design-led, products to British consumers that are made in the Far East at, what must be assumed, considerably more profit than had he paid British workers. Despite this Mr Dyson earlier this year, without ...
Sir James Dyson recently highlighted real-life implications of the skills crisis in an interview for the Telegraph, pointing out that there are jobs for UK employees at his company but realistically he must look abroad to find engineers with the
Sir James Dyson, design engineer and founder of Dyson, whose firm is involved in seven CDTs, said: “To compete internationally Britain needs to export world-beating inventions which are the result of intellectual property developed by our ...
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