All great truths begin as blasphemies

In this article, James Dyson argues and vividly illustrates the case for greater recognition in Britain for inventors and engineers.

'All great truths begin as blasphemies'

James DysonDyson

Thank you for the opportunity to meet and talk with you. Especially since I'm in the wrong business and you're in the right business, at least if the current generation of graduates are to be believed. Half of all graduates say they would like to be

I hope I've left you with some little truths about engineers and inventors. And not too many blasphemies against marketing and advertising.

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