Volume 18 - Issue 10

  • November 2005

Science policy and management

Sir Keith O’Nions: Towards 2.5 per cent of GDP on R&D
Sir David Wallace: The costs and the priorities
Dr Mark Walport: Asking the right questions

The education of 14-19 year olds

Julie Bramman: The Government response to Tomlinson
Pauline Cox: The view from the chalk face
Lord May: Good science teaching matters

Biotechnology

Dr Doug Yarrow: From science base to market place
Martin Wales: A view from the City
Dr David Chiswell: A glass half full or half empty?
Dr Andy Richards: Barriers to early growth

Flu pandemic

Baroness Finlay: The frontline is in community care
Dr Jeremy Farrar: An incredibly virulent disease
Dr David Harper: The vital importance of communication
Bruce Mann: Addressing all contingencies

Obituary

Sir Hermann Bondi