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In less than 100 seconds, Nicola Bowler explains how physicists can help to keep aircraft-structures healthy, safe and reliable.
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What about the biological aspect? Preventing germs being transferred among hundreds of people crammed together for hours?
Another important way that physicists can help make and keep structures healthy is to be available to answer questions from the original designers about the potential inspectability of their proposed designs.