James Dyson

Dyson

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Industrial designer and founder of Dyson, the British appliance manufacturing company; inventor of the cyclonic separation vacuum cleaner, he as served as an advisor to the British government on innovation

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The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

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The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

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