Video games are a matter of physics

24th December 2010 at 00:00

Teachers are not aware of the importance of physics for a career in the video-games industry, a NESTA (National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) survey has found. Only 2 per cent of young people, parents and teachers knew physics was important for would-be video-game creators, according to a survey of 1,850 people.

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