From today's UK papers

February 28, 2001

FINANCIAL TIMES

Profile of Mohan Sawhney, professor of e-commerce at Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

A team from Duke University Medical Centre in North Carolina hopes to repair damaged joints by removing fat from a patient and turning it into cartilage in the laboratory.

A van driver has unwittingly decided which boat Cambridge will use in this year's university boat race against Oxford, by crashing his vehicle into one of them.

Colin Lucas, vice-chancellor of Oxford University, argues that university research does more than contribute to the economy.

THE TIMES

An 1815 military signal book, discovered in the library at Stirling University, has revealed the extent of British fears at the time that Napoleon might escape captivity on St Helena.

Leader arguing that Scholastic Assessment Tests have a role to play in Britain.

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