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November 16, 2001

News: Scotland's credit and qualifications framework: lifelong learning's flexible friend?

Features: All in the family: neurologist Oliver Sacks talks family history with his great niece

Research: What will improve life for an ageing population?

Teaching: Royal Free medics get a dose of the wireless revolution

Books: The internet is a powerful force for change but in what ways precisely? Manuel Castells's The Internet Galaxy reviewed

Focus: Science journals; art

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