Volume 368 Issue 6471, 7 April 1994


  • Opinion |

    Hopes that the end of the Cold War would revitalize basic research have been disappointed for good reasons, but politicians must restrain their expectations of research — and their impatience.

  • Opinion |

    The US Congress should find out whether NASA has a real design for its space station — and then cancel it.




  • Commentary |

    Wildlife conservation is incompatible with global markets or private ownership. What is needed is a 'tribal' system of management such as that in North America that creates both wealth and jobs while sustaining resources.

    • Valerius Geist

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Review Article




Nature Structural Biology

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