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Verulam (readers' letters - May 2018)

This month's letters continue the debate about innovation in structural engineering; discuss the importance of understanding how a building is to be constructed; offer some thoughts on a recent article on performance-based seismic design; and lament the loss of engineering graduates to more lucrative professions.

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