Student wins top design prize

A University of Salford student has won a prestigious national design award.

Anisah Gija, a product design undergraduate, was presented with a Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) Design Directions award for her project to help older people manage pain.

The 22-year-old, who is originally from Bolton, Greater Manchester, designed a capsule which contains concentrated cherry juice to help encourage sleep.

‘Cherry Aid’ is made of cherry juice a natural remedy that Gija researched for pain management.

She told Manchester Mouth that she was delighted to have won the prize.

To read the rest of this story visit the culture section of the main Manchester Mouth website.


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