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August 30, 2002

Crisis in science: can universities do more to woo students back to maths, physics and chemistry?

BA Festival of Science: why Leicester's role in the space programme makes it the perfect place for this year's conference
Plus: September 11 special

Henry Meyric-Hughes reflects on the Tate Gallery's Matisse-Picasso exhibition; Focus: women's and gender studies, and geography and environmental science

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