According to a new study, buildings in Liechtenstein dating from the Middle Ages are better able to endure earthquakes than their modern counterparts as a direct result of an antiquated structural feature

Maria Brunhart-Lupo The aftermath of 5.4 magnitude earthquake which rocked the Liechtenstein town of Balzers in 2012 drew the attention of Maria Brunhart-Lupo, a geologist from the Colorado School of Mines who also happens to be a native of the region. Balzers is situated in an…