Wars ain't what they used to be

Dalyell, Tam
November 1991
New Scientist;11/16/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1795, p54
Comments on legislative and regulatory developments of interest to scientists in Great Britain, as of November 16, 1991. Government's effort to look at legislation in the area of biological weapons to see if it needs to be improved; Cost to the country of the proposed Large Hadron Collider to be built at the European laboratory for particle physics in Geneva, Switzerland.


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