TITLE

Burning issues

PUB. DATE
November 2004
SOURCE
Nature;11/11/2004, Vol. 432 Issue 7014, p131
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on some issues related to environment. The engagement of society's upper echelons with the problems of climate change reached a peak last week, when Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied in Berlin by ministers from Great Britain and Germany, launched a bilateral collaboration of the two countries climatologists, business and investment communities. The dream has come true for biologists in California who want to work with human embryonic stem cells. A large sum of money ($300 million annually for ten years), the promise of new buildings, a state research institute dedicated to the field and a constitutional guarantee of the right to do the work all sailed through in a referendum last week.
ACCESSION #
15013774

 

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