Volume 368 Issue 6472, 14 April 1994

Opinion

  • Opinion |

    Japanese and French ambitions apart, the fast reactor business is in the doldrums. But it would be a mistake to suppose that it will never have a future.

  • Opinion |

    Eugenics is both unpopular and widely practised; will it never contribute to the human condition?

News

Correspondence

Commentary

  • Commentary |

    The Delaney clause, embodied in US legislation in 1958, prohibits the addition to food of any level of any carcinogen. This position cannot be sustained in the face of progress in understanding chemically induced cancer.

    • John Ashby

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Article

Letter

Correction

Erratum

Nature Genetics

Guide to Authors

Product Review

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