From today's UK papers

March 21, 2001

Financial Times

Academics from the University of Strathclyde have helped papermakers UPM-Kymmene re-evaluate its strategy in the light of new technology and the internet.

Leslie Willcocks has been appointed to the new Arthur Andersen chair for management and e-business at Warwick Business School.

The Guardian

Shouting at your children can damage their brains as well as hurting their ears, according to US child psychiatrists at Harvard Medical School.

Daily Mail

Telling lies really does make your nose grow, scientists from the Smell and Taste Foundation at the University of Illinois have discovered.

Daily Telegraph

The chain-smoking Queen of Denmark has denied that she is killing her female subjects by being "a fatal role model", a charge levelled at her by Belgian professor, Hugo Kesteloot.

Nineveh, the cradle of civilisation, is being plundered by treasure hunters as poverty strikes harder in Iraq.   

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