Author: Gill Langley

Published: March 2003

Pages : 8


Authors : Philip Webber and Vanessa Spedding

Published : March 2003

Pages : 10


February 2003

Special issue on the SGR discussion meeting, 'Knowledge: Common Heritage not Private Property', focusing on issues related to the privatisation of knowledge

July 2002

Feature articles cover: nuclear arms control; UK science policy; GM crops; nuclear threats against Iraq

February 2002

Feature articles cover: nuclear terrorism; SGR response to September 11th; ethics in science; nuclear power; nuclear weapons proliferation


Introductory booklet

Editors: Stuart Parkinson and Vanessa Spedding

Published : Summer 2001

Pages : 32


July 2001

Feature articles cover: weapons in space; 'Missile Defence'; UK science funding

February 2001

Feature articles cover: global ethical challenges; nuclear weapons in Israel and India; international climate policy; GM crops

Journey by Train and Boat from Europe to the UN Climate Convention in Kyoto November - December 1997

Authors : Ben Matthews, Michelle Valentine

Published : September 1998

Pages : 63 + iv

London After the Bomb

What a Nuclear Attack Really Means

Five research scientists give a straightforward account of the consequences of a nuclear attack on a major city, using London as their prime example. They discuss the effects of radiation; problems with law and order; shortages of food and water; destruction of power supplies, transport, communications; and the long-term effects - not only on human beings but also on the Earth's natural environment.

Owen Greene, Barry Rubin, Neil Turok, Philip Webber, and Graeme Wilkinson