The New York Times goes behind the scenes at FM Global's Research Campus

New York Times reporter, Hiroko Tabuchi, learned firsthand how disasters are recreated at FM Global's Research Campus in West Glocester, R.I. (USA).

Read "When a Projectile Two-by-Four is all in a Day's Work" by Tabuchi in The New York Times and find out why FM Global's scientists routinely use things like debris launchers, wind machines and shake tables to stir things up in order to help its clients prevent loss.

For additional information, see "A Look at Extreme Climate Research with The New York Times."


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