Volume 375 Issue 6530, 1 June 1995

Opinions

  • Opinion |

    Washington's attempts to strike a bilateral deal with Japan on trade in motor-cars are probably illegal and are certainly a threat to efforts to create a more level playing-field.

  • Opinion |

    Harold Wilson had the right enthusiasms for science, technology and society, but was too impatient.

News

Correspondence

Commentary

  • Commentary |

    Discrepancies in environmental budgets of dioxin-like compounds may be explained by emissions from accidents involving chlorinated organic chemicals. This source may have important implications for regulation inventories.

    • Andrew A. Meharg
    •  & Daniel Osborn

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Reviews

Articles

Letters

Errata

SCIENCE AND LAW

  • Science and the Law |

    The worldwide registration by a pharmaceutical company of the word taxol as a trademark suggests that procedures for registering such marks needs to be tightened.

    • Neil White
    •  & Simon Cohen

NATURE SISTER PUBLICATIONS

  • Nature Sister Publications |

    Highlights this month include a strategy to contain arterial damage, a new gene predisposing to obesity, insight into the role of calcium in the blood clotting cascade and the 'reading-head' activity of DNA-binding proteins.

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