Volume 375 Issue 6533, 22 June 1995


  • Opinion |

    The widely forecast disappointment at last week's meeting of the G7 countries in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is simply explained: governments choose to talk about the wrong things, and they are the wrong governments anyway.

  • Opinion |

    One of the most imaginative of overseas initiatives by the United States is needlessly in trouble.

  • Opinion |

    Only academic institutions can effectively impose sanctions on those found guilty of scientific misconduct.



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Review Article



Product Review

  • Product Review |

    Featuring cell tissue culture, this edition of product review offers a vibrating microtome, enclosed tissue processing, a rotary cell culture system, a microhomogenizer, and a reference guide to cell lines and hybridomas.

    • Brendan Horton
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