April 1991
New Scientist;4/20/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1765, p66
Reports on news and developments concerning the field of science. Anglo-Saxon's criticism against Swedes; Answering tone of the telephone at the Rice University in Houston, Texas; Winners in the sponsored name competition; Dispute between British Telecom and the newsletter `Telecoms Regulation Review'.


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