I am so proud of local technology and product development firm TTP, which has designed a ventilator system for coronavirus patients in NHS hospitals. In the news the ventilator is generally described as a Dyson invention, but that is inaccurate.
TTP is based in Melbourn, a South Cambridgeshire village neighbouring Royston, where I live. I know people who work for TTP, and am also familiar with the company through its financial and other support for the local cycling community. TTP is a strong backer of the A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign, which has driven the development of an almost complete cycle route between Cambridge and Royston alongside the A10 highway.
Many thanks to the good folk at TTP in Melbourn!