December 1991
New Scientist;12/14/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1799, p15
Reports on developments concerning science, compiled as of December 1991. Opposition to the marketing of blood products and the patenting of the human genome in France; Rules to control the export of fossils and other rare natural items from Great Britain; Bill to make the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology a government-funded statutory body providing independent advice to parliament.


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