During earthquakes, regular concrete as a tough time staying together. But, a new advancement has been made by scientists from the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne.
They've created bendable concrete that could be rolling out here in the near future. It’s similar to how the ancient Romans made their concrete, except synthetic fibers have been added, and heat isn’t required to cure it.
The bendable concrete is much more environmentally friendly, and can handle earthquakes better.
For more info, read Engadget's article.