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What if cracks in concrete could fix themselves? - Congrui Jin

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Concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world. It can be found in swathes of city pavements, bridges that span vast rivers and the tallest skyscrapers on earth. But it does have a weakness: it’s prone to catastrophic cracking that has immense financial and environmental impact. What if we could avoid that problem? Congrui Jin explores how to create a more resilient concrete.

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Meet The Creators

  • Educator Congrui Jin
  • Director Nemanja Vučenović, Mladen Đukić
  • Narrator Christina Greer
  • Art Director Igor Štikić, Igor Đurić
  • Animator Igor Štikić, Mladen Đukić, Igor Đurić, Nemanja Vučenović
  • Editor Nemanja Vučenović
  • Compositor Nemanja Vučenović
  • Sound Designer Nemanja Vučenović, Aleksandar Bundalo
  • Modeler Igor Štikić, Nemanja Vučenović
  • CG Lighter Nemanja Vučenović
  • Layout Artist Nemanja Vučenović, Igor Štikić
  • Storyboard Artist Igor Štikić, Igor Đurić
  • Character Designer Igor Štikić, Igor Đurić
  • Producer Mladen Đukić
  • Content Producer Gerta Xhelo
  • Editorial Producer Alex Rosenthal
  • Associate Editorial Producer Dan Kwartler
  • Associate Producer Bethany Cutmore-Scott
  • Fact-Checker Laura Shriver

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