Volume 348 Issue 6303, 27 December 1990


  • Opinion |

    Differences within the US research community over how best to support biomedical research create the impression of factional quarrelling. That cannot be avoided, but it would help if there were a director of the NIH in post.

  • Opinion |

    The ending of the Cold War seems to have revived interest in regional arms control arrangements




  • Commentary |

    The business world now sets great store by personality tests when assessing job applicants. But the evidence for their predictive value is frequently overstated and wrongly assessed.

    • Steve Blinkhorn
    •  & Charles Johnson

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