Telegraph: Edward Linacre, inventor of Airdrop, won £10,000 last year to develop the device, which he describes as a low-cost way to grow crops in very dry regions. Mr Linacre, from Melbourne, Australia, was inspired by a desert beetle’s technique of capturing moisture from air. Relying on the principle that even the driest air contains [...] The post Dyson Contestant Taking On The World appeared first on Business Opportunities Weblog.
The 2011 James Dyson Award has just been handed to Edward Linacre of Melbourne, Australia for his Airdrop irrigation system — a device capable of transforming drought ridden farmland into fertile land for agriculture. The Airdrop is... Read Post
Young Melbourne-based inventor Edward Linacre has won the 2011 James Dyson Award, making it the second year in a row where the prestigious prize has gone to an Aussie. Linacre stole this year's competition with his Airdrop irrigatio... Read Post
Edward Linacre, a student at Melbourne, Australia’s Swinburne University. has won this year’s James Dyson Award, with his “Airdrop Irrigation” system. The system harvest water from the air and delivers it directly to the roots of pl... Read Post