Volume 323 Issue 6087, 2 October 1986


  • Opinion |

    The British government seems to be repenting its six years of meanness towards higher education, but the decay it engendered may by now be irreparable.

  • Opinion |

    The Soviet Union gives the United States too little credit for a shift on arms control.

  • Opinion |

    The United States should abandon attempts to blame financial instability on computers.



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews




Matters Arising

New on the Market

  • New on the Market |

    Free trials for Finnpipettes, a gauge for cell aggregation and kits for chemical clean-ups round out this week's page. There are novel approaches to all kinds of laboratory needs.  


  • Employment Review |

    As women increasingly become a major force in the labour market, their absence in certain occupations becomes even more of an anachronism.

    • Richard Pearson
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