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The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
The site contains information on POST, press releases, summaries of recent reports and more. Direct on-line access to reports in Acrobat format will be added shortly.

A R C H I V E DO A R T I C L E S
OCTOBER, 1996
Arthritis Research in Britain
Exciting new British work on enzyme inhibitors and monoclonal antibodies being developed to control the causes of rheumatoid arthritis.
Monitoring the World's Ecosystems
Arteries Scanned by World's Smallest Camera
Brain Peptide Foreshadows Safe Slimming Pill
Chaos Theory Leads to Better Quality Control

SEPTEMBER, 1996
Leading British Crystallography
Professor Judith Howard of Durham University is developing revolutionary analytical technology in her field of science.
Microwave Chemistry Helps Recycle Plastics
New Aluminium Recovery Process Invented
Pulse Radar Aids in Historic Renovation
Towards Clearer Vision on the Road

AUGUST, 1996
Biotech Food in UK & US "Genetically modified" tomato puree, beer and baker's yeast hold promise for inexpensive future foods.
"The Lamp That Thinks it's a Laser" Kills Cancer
Radio Eye on the Universe Gets Sharper
Heavenly Twins to Expand Britain's Astronomy
At the Front of Subsea Technology

JULY, 1996
Sleeping in the U.K.
When it comes to sleep research the Brits have not been napping. Some interesting findings can help you catch just the right amount of ZZZZZZs Supermagnetism & English China






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