James Dyson Award
The James Dyson Award is an international design prize that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers. The Award is open to current and recent design engineering students.
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James Dyson Award 2020
The 2020 James Dyson Award, an international design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers, is now open for submissions. The competition is open to current and recent design engineering students, and is run by the James Dyson Foundation.
James Dyson Award 2017
The 2017 James Dyson Award is now open for entries. Each year James and his team of engineers and scientists hunt for solutions to real world problems. The brief is simple: design something that solves a problem, big or small.
James Dyson Award 2016
The 2016 James Dyson Award is now open for entries. The competition provides university level design and engineering students with a platform to launch their ideas.
James Dyson Award 2015
The 2015 James Dyson Award, an international design competition that challenges students to design something that solves a problem, is now open for entries.
James Dyson Award 2012
The 2012 James Dyson Award, now in its eighth year, helps give young inventors a platform for their ideas by celebrating the best in student design: from a motion-sensing cycle jacket to a kitchen tap that doubles as a fire extinguisher; an irrigation device inspired by a desert beetle to a bazooka that…
Edward Linacre Wins James Dyson Award
Edward Linacre won this year's James Dyson Award, a high profile, international student design competition currently running in eighteen countries.
James Dyson Award 2011
The 2011 international James Dyson Award is now open for entries - challenging young engineers and designers to develop problem solving inventions.
Winners of Eye for Why
Dyson and the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) have announced the winners of Eye for Why, the U.S.
Dyson Eye for Why
James Dyson's success is built on his obsession for engineering objects that work better.