Trevor Baylis, OBE

INVENTOR OF THE WIND-UP RADIO

Serial inventor Trevor Baylis is the brains behind the wind-up radio, which he created in the early nineties in a response to the need to educate the African population about AIDS through a means of communication not reliant on electricity. The product’s potential was recognised instantly and Baylis facilitated the broadcast of life-saving information to isolated parts of the world. Baylis has established the Trevor Baylis Foundation which is designed to encourage, support and promote the work of engineers and inventors and to educate them on the importance of protecting their ideas.

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