Volume 333 Issue 6171, 26 May 1988


  • Opinion |

    The British government is in difficulties in devising a form of words for the definition of academic freedom, which is part of the cost of seeking too much central control.

  • Opinion |

    An international comparison shows that all industrial nations spend too much on subsidizing food.

  • Opinion |

    A superpower deal on strategic missiles will not now come next week, but that does not spell tragedy.



News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Review Article



Product Review

  • Product Review |

    Computers have come to the science classroom with the increasing popularity of tutorial programs, video simulations and interactive video discs.

    • S. Smith
  • Product Review |

    Video disc programmes, slide presentations and teaching microscopes are all part of this week's review of science teaching aids.

    • Carol Ezzell
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