Comment: There is more to a flower than a STEM

Author: D. Blockley

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1st February 2019

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Comment: There is more to a flower than a STEM

The Structural Engineer
Comment: There is more to a flower than a STEM
Date published

1st February 2019

First published

1st February 2019

Author

D. Blockley

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Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Professor David Blockley responds to a recent Viewpoint, arguing that changing public perceptions of engineering, to better understand its value, will be key to attracting tomorrow’s generation of structural engineers.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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