Kennett Prize for Product Innovation

The first Kennett Prize for Product Innovation was scooped by 23-year-old product design and engineering graduate Adrian Choong. Beating 21 other students from Glasgow University, he won the £2500 prize for his Light Brush design. This uses ‘photodynamic therapy’ technology to destroy the bacteria that cause gum disease. It is claimed that the key benefit of the technology is that, unlike with conventional methods, the bacteria does not become resistant to this treatment.

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