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Dylan Trenado 

CEO at The Bulb creative agency

My nan passed away from dementia, so my invention would be a worldwide cure for this nasty illness that affects so many loved ones.

Graeme Fulton, 32 

Creator of groundbreaking newsletter app Letter.so

A teleporter would be great so that I could make guest appearances at every wedding – even the ones I’m not invited to. Or a wand that that makes dog poo disappear.

Steven Soussi, 50 

Sports Therapist/Orthopaedic Tech

I would very much like an innovation along the lines of neuromuscular robotic integration which would revolutionise  medular spinal injuries offering patients increased mobility in comparison to what is generally available now.

Chris Hedley, 34

Director at Little English language school

A way to understand what my dog is thinking, so that I can figure out what he’s barking at, why he’s crying, and what new toys he wants for Christmas. Or a device to put under your tongue that would allow you to speak in any language.

Star Farrugia, 25 

Receptionist at ISOLAS LLP

I would invent a type of chocolate that has zero calories, so that you could eat an endless amount of it without gaining any weight. 

ALEX MUNOZ 

Operations Manager at The Bulb creative Agency

Taking advantage of all modern technologies, an algorithm which, creating a base of subscribers worldwide could distribute wealth equally between all the users (similar to an investment fund), with the requirement that a number of subscribers are individuals with no resources.

Lorraine Laguea, 53

Director at NP Estates

I would invent a robot that would wash, do the laundry, hang the clothes once finished, do the ironing, and put them away nicely folded.

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