Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said the NHS is expecting to take delivery of 560 new ventilators amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
At least 1,500 ventilators a week could be rolling off British production lines by the end of the month to help in the fight against Covid-19, a leading manufacturing group has said.
A Conservative MP has rubbished the notion that ventilator orders are being given to companies which are supporters of the party.
A group of UK manufacturers has received a Government order to build 10,000 ventilators to help treat patients infected with Covid-19.
Downing Street has insisted it is doing “all we can” to secure more ventilators as the Prime Minister continued talks with industry officials on producing more for the NHS.
For patients suffering from the most severe effects of coronavirus, access to a ventilator could be a matter of life or death.
Vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson is developing a ventilator for the NHS.
Dyson has introduced a new cord-free vacuum cleaner that it claims can intelligently detect surface types to regulate performance and power, as part of a trio of new products aimed at improving wellbeing.
Young inventors from Lancaster University have won the international James Dyson Award for their innovative urban turbine which generates energy from multidirectional winds.
Dyson is extending its foray into the beauty industry with the launch of a hair styling tool following the success of its £300 Supersonic hair dryer.
A mini wind turbine able to generate energy from any direction has won this year’s UK James Dyson Award.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has rejected a claim by British technology company Dyson that consumers should have information about the testing conditions behind vacuum cleaner energy classification labels.
Dyson has unveiled its newest cordless vacuum cleaner, which the firm says is the reason it will no longer make wired vacuums.
Entrepreneur Sir James Dyson has revealed his company has been developing an electric car for the last two years.