03rd September 2021

Working with pharmaceutical clients, we know the importance of rapid growth and development in technology to give the best treatments for patients worldwide.

The James Dyson Award is an international design award that encourages design engineers to think outside the box and get excited about new technology. This year, a 22-year-old from Essex has won the UK award for designing a possibly life-saving device to help stem bleeding from knife wounds. 

Joseph Bentley saw a lack of accessible tools for police - who are usually first on the scene - to deal with stab wounds. He has developed ‘React’ which stands for Rapid Emergency ACtuating Tamponade, with the aim to provide police officers with a device to treat knife wounds whilst they wait for medical assistance. Joseph will now progress to the international stage of the James Dyson Award 2021.

To read more about this incredible new technology, visit: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/newslondon/dyson-award-device-that-rapidly-stops-blood-loss-from-stab-wounds-wins/ar-AANHIbg?li=BBoPRmx