James Dyson Award 2021: three winners with world-improving inventions

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  • HOPES, A device for pain-free, at-home eye pressure testing, opeing up access to glaucoma testing, by students of the National University of Singapore.
  • Plastic Scanner, A low-cost, handheld device to identify plastic for recycling, by Jerry de Vos from TU Delft.
  • REACT, A device to stem bleeding to help save the lives of stabbing victims, by Joseph Bentley from Loughborough university.


HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 17 November 2021 – The James Dyson Award has now given nearly £1m in prize money to over 250 promising inventions from young engineers and scientists in 28 countries around the world. In 2021, the Award received a record number of entries worldwide and Sir James Dyson chose three global winners for the first time, each receiving £30,000 in prize money to support the next stages of their inventions.