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UL student is runner up in the James Dyson Awards

Cathal Redmond of Bunclody, Wexford, gets €7,000 for his business idea.

10th November, 2015
Express Dive improves the speed at which someone can dive underwater Credit:

University of Limerick (UL) graduate Cathal Redmond has been named the joint runner-up in the James Dyson Awards with his underwater breathing system, Express Dive.

Redmond was competing in the James Dyson award competition, which is considered one of the most prestigious among young inventors.

He will be awarded €7,000 to go towards taking his idea from a concept to a feasible business idea.

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