From today's UK papers

November 29, 2000


Fiona Harvey looks at how the power of silicon chips has accelerated advances in biology from genetics to the workings of human organs.

Mark Turner writes that a host of African crops stand to benefit from biotechnology research now being undertaken at the University of Legon.


The Prince of Wales has challenged the government to commit millions of £ more to research into the effects of alternative medicine.


The world of work is a better experience for women than men, according to a survey from the University of Warwick.


Peter Lampl, entrepreneur and philanthropist, explains how he is helping state school pupils to get into the best universities.


Men who make love three or four times a week are protecting themselves against heart attacks and strokes, experts from the University of Bristol report. ( Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph )

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