If I ruled the world: James Dyson

Post-Brexit, universities should receive more money

By James Dyson   September 2016

Pics - Adrian Sherratt - 07976 237651 Sir James Dyson with various digital motors which will be used in future applications using robotic technology (5 Feb 2014).

Pics - Adrian Sherratt - 07976 237651 Sir James Dyson with various digital motors which will be used in future applications using robotic technology (5 Feb 2014).

If I ruled the world, I would create a society that would revere creativity at all levels. Not just children experimenting at school but right the way through. Creativity should be nurtured, admired and encouraged throughout the education system and into life. We are born into the world to improve it.

What always depresses and surprises me is that if you go to schools anywhere in…

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