University of Waterloo grads’ invention wins international James Dyson Award

December 10, 2015 – A team of engineering graduates from the University of Waterloo, in the Canadian province of Ontario, have won the international James Dyson Award for the Voltera V-One, a custom circuit board printer.

The Voltera V-One team was formed by four students at the University of Waterloo. After graduating, the team moved to the university’s startup incubator, the Velocity Garage. The team moved over to the university’s hardware incubator, the Velocity Foundry, when it launched in 2014.

The team competed against 710 entries from 20 countries.

Read the full article at the University of Waterloo website.

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