Carleton University student changing the way we think about fire extinguishers

Chloe Halpenny | Ottawa, ON | September 22, 2016

Earlier this month, Carleton University Industrial Design student Rob Shudra placed as national runner-up in the James Dyson Award international design competition. The prestigious contest, which runs annually, draws entries from engineering and industrial design students and graduates from countries across the globe. Shudra’s placing project innovated on a product which most of us hope never to have to use: the fire extinguisher.

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