According to the World Health Organisation, 75% of deaths resulting from premature birth could be avoided if inexpensive treatments were more readily available across the globe. This year's James Dyson Award winner attempts to solve this problem: is a low cost, inflatable incubator for use in the developing world

The MOM incubator - designed by recent Loughborough University graduate James Roberts - is easy to transport, can operate without mains power and provides the same performance of a £30,000 incubation system at a cost of just £250.

Roberts hopes that in the future the MOM incubator will be used in war-torn and developing countries, as well as remote areas of countries like the UK that don't have access to current incubators.