Volume 323 Issue 6091, 30 October 1986


  • Opinion |

    Both the Soviet Union and the United States have evidently over-committed themselves to arms control proposals that cannot be safely carried through. They need help in backing away from them.

  • Opinion |

    The City of London is entering the twentieth century awkwardly and apprehensively.

  • Opinion |

    Few are fond of the Strategic Defense Initiative, but a boycott of research would be mistaken.



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews




Product Reviews

  • Product Review |

    Brain tissue preparations provide a window on the regulation of neuroreceptor function that cell-free preparations cannot offer. The view reveals complex neuromodulator interactions.

    • E.W. Karbon
    •  & S.J. Enna
  • Product Review |

    November's meeting of the American Society for Neuroscience will bring a host of novel products to Washington.

    • Wright Karen
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