Scott Ashford, Dean of Engineering at Oregon State University, is a geo-technical engineer studying earthquakes and much of his research focuses on blast-induced liquefaction. Join us as we discuss engineering, its evolution and complexity, and what he has learned in his long tenure. What if a magnitude 9 earthquake struck the Pacific Northwest today? The threat from the Cascadia subduction zone is real and imminent, with the potential for catastrophic impacts on infrastructure, utilities, an...

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