YUNA, the anchoring buoy to eliminate microplastics designed by YUDesign UPV, wins the James Dyson Award in Spain and could claim the international award.
YUNA, the anchoring buoy that filters seawater with the aim of eliminating microplastics designed by YUDesign. The team formed by 20 students of the Degree in Design Engineering and Product Development, taught at the Higher Technical School of Design Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, is the national winner of The James Dyson Award. This international design competition encourages, drives and inspires new generations of engineering, and that, in addition, is endowed with 2,200 euros in this category.
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