JWU student designs mask to alert first responders of harmful contaminants

PROVIDENCE – A Johnson & Wales University junior was recently awarded $5,000 to support the development of a mask he designed that will alert first responders to harmful contaminants. Brian Thornber, according to the university, began working on his Bloodhound Mask last year when he and fellow JWU students took part in Yale University’s YHack.…

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