Volume 357 Issue 6380, 25 June 1992


  • Opinion |

    London will lose its city-centre zoo in September if last week's flaccid announcement from the London Zoological Society is to be believed. This is a sad ending to a mostly honourable tale.

  • Opinion |

    The SSC is not dead (yet), but the US Congress may yet force a truly international effort in high-energy physics.

  • Opinion |

    There Is no substitute for openness in the handling of allegations of scientific misconduct.



  • Commentary |

    London Zoo is the only major national zoo run without the benefit of substantial support from public funds. No wonder it is having to close.

    • Lord Zuckerman


Science in Texas

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Review Article




Employment Review

  • Employment Review |

    Many companies are looking beyond the academic records of applicants these days, and are searching for potential managers. A few of those taken on can look forward to truly international careers.

    • Colleen Shannon
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