Dyson to fund engineering professorship at Cambridge University
Wiltshire based manufacturer Dyson has pledged £1.4million to the University of Cambridge to fund a professor of fluid mechanics.
The newly appointed professor will focus teaching and research on the science and engineering of air movement. The £1.4m donation will fund the professorship for 10 years.
Sir James Dyson said: "Britain needs bright ideas. We need more British students to take on research projects at British universities - we are struggling to fulfil our engineering needs.
"Forging working relationships with universities will help us solve our engineering challenges and continue to export the best technology."
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