Volume 323 Issue 6084, 11 September 1986


  • Opinion |

    Two years of introspection about the climatic consequences of a nuclear war come to a climax in Berne next week. The outlook seems less chilly than was thought

  • Opinion |

    Harvard prompts the question whether universities are being diverted from academic ways.

  • Opinion |

    Another hijacked aircraft at Karachi last week suggests the need for more deliberate safeguards.



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews




Matters Arising

Product Reviews

  • Product Review |

    The hybrid mutants and mutant families created by cassette mutagenesis may advance our understanding of the relationship between function and structure.

    • J. H. Richards
  • Product Review |

    While the delegates to Nature's Boston conference explore the human genome, DNA manipulation dominates the exhibit area.

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