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One of the leading experts in steel structures believes that in the wake of the World Trade Centre (WTC) attacks in September 2001, teaching building and engineering students how to analyse the behaviour of structures is very important.
The chances of a major fire in one of Hong Kong's skyscrapers are remote. Regular drills, state-of-the-art fire fighting systems and a regiment of highly-trained firemen mean the kind of fire Paul Newman had to deal with in the film Towering Inferno is unlikely.
The Industrial Attachment Scheme (IAS) organized by the Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) has entered its third successful year. And despite the economic downturn and soaring unemployment rate, the scheme has successfully secured 30% more job training placements than last year. A further indication of the scheme's success is that the number of participating companies has doubled, providing a wide spectrum of work areas for our students.

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