All in Awards
We recently won the IMAGINEIF! London Regional Finals and as a result will be pitching in the Global finals in Cambridge in June.
Huawei, the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer, has awarded Jelly Drops with a £10,000 cash prize to help take the project to the next level.
Jelly Drops has been recognised as one of the best student design projects in the world at the Global Grad Show in Dubai, as one of 11 finalists chosen from all 150 exhibitors.
Jelly Drops have been announced as winner of The Meaning-Centred Design Award in the Student - Healthcare category. This award recognises those design innovations that master the emotional and cultural meanings that drive consumer behaviour.
Jelly Drops were awarded the prestigious DESIRE award for ‘Social Impact’ by the Dyson School School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London for Jelly Drops. The award is given to individual students or groups who have had an outstanding piece of design work.
Jelly Drops have been awarded the prestigious Helen Hamlyn Snowdon Award for Disability. Judge's comment: "I was really moved by the very personal understanding of a problem and the excellent scientific and compassionate solution – combining essential hydration with a bit of joy"