From today's UK papers

April 30, 2001

Financial Times

Interview with Gabriel Hawawini, Insead's new dean, regarded by some as a conservative choice but who has a radical vision of the school's future.

Berkeley's Haas School of Business runs competition to promote solutions to social and environmental problems which create value for future generations.

Harvard and Stanford business schools have released details of plans to work together on customised programmes.

The Guardian

Imperial Romans practised human sacrifices and head-hunting in ancient Britain while claiming to civilise the natives, according to new research from the Institute of Field Archaeologists.

The Independent

Scientists in the international Boomerang project have recorded the music of creation in an experiment using the astronomical equivalent of a time machine to go back to the origins of the universe.

The Times

Tattooed youths are more likely than other teenagers to be involved with drugs, alcohol or gang violence, a study from the University of Rochester in New York State has concluded.

Research at Sheffield University into plastic bottles may lead to molecular robots that repair damage to the body.

The internet should have been a golden opportunity for the literary world, but the reality is more prosaic.

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