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The inventors of tomorrow

Our global initiatives give budding engineers the support they need to develop their ideas and forge a successful future in engineering.

An engineer printing a circuit board using Volterra V-One, the 2015 James Dyson Award winner.
2011 international winner of the James Dyson Award, Edward Linacre, with his invention Airdrop.

James Dyson Award

Celebrating fresh thinking

The James Dyson Award celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers from all over the world to think differently, solve problems and develop their inventions.

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The Dyson Building at the Royal College of Art, UK.

University projects

Supporting universities

Our donations to world-leading facilities at several top universities give students the means they need to experiment, prototype and develop their ideas.

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The recipient of a James Dyson Foundation scholarship.

Bursaries and Scholarships

Enabling the brightest minds

Costly fees shouldn’t be a barrier to bright minds having the right skills. So far, our donations for tuition and project support amount to over £2 million – and counting.

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Two university students sketching their problem solving ideas in a James Dyson Foundation workshop.

University workshops

Delivering workshops in universities

Our university workshops introduce students to the Dyson design process, giving them an opportunity to meet, and learn from Dyson engineers.

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A female Dyson engineer working on a Dyson supersonic test rig.

The Dyson Institute

Immersive Engineering Degrees

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology combines engineering degrees with hands-on experience (and a wage) working with Dyson engineers at Dyson's Research, Design and Development campus in Malmesbury.

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University projects

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