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How civil engineers use maths and science

Clip from Scope TEN September 22, 2010

Skyscrapers seem to defy the laws of physics by holding up millions of kilograms of weight. Brendan Scott, a Civil Engineer from the University of Adelaide, explains how engineers use maths and science to figure out how we can build large and complex structures without them falling down.

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