Volume 325 Issue 6103, 29 January 1987


  • Opinion |

    The long-awaited report on the future of nuclear power in Britain, a qualified licence to push ahead, is a proof that governments cannot delegate the big decisions.

  • Opinion |

    The British government's latest self-made secrecy issue exemplifies its over-zealous policies.

  • Opinion |

    Chinese science is being blamed for the unrest among students. Will reform now be halted?



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews





Matters Arising

Product Reviews

  • Product Review |

    Regions of DNA bending can be explored using gel electrophoresis on protein-DNA complexes, proving gel electrophoresis does more than just separate proteins and nucleic acids according to size.

    • D. M. Crothers
  • Product Review |

    Chromatography and electrophoresis are the themes for this week's issue, with something for every separation need.

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