Mad tie disease

June 28, 1996

Though scientists are traditionally supposed to be media-shy, some are positively enjoying all the publicity over mad cow disease. Leeds maverick Richard Lacey - who starts with the advantages of a clear line on the topic and of looking exactly how the media imagine distinguished scientists look - has taken to wearing a magnificent silk tie whose main feature is a large cow's head.

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