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Science, People & Politics ISSN 1751-598x, 25th November, 2016. 18.00 GMT
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Editorial: Page 3. An epoch determining decision.
News: Page 4.
Feature: Page 6.
Big Pharma's global legacy is a work in progress: a sector remaking
itself. Alderley Park in the UK is a microcosm of that process.
By Helen Gavaghan.
Feature: Page 15.
What's in a name. The Anthropocene.
By Fred Pearce.
Advertorial: Page 22.
How Science, People & Politics is developing.
From British Courts: Pp 23 - 37.
Activity outside the international supply chain and human nature on
trial in Bradford Law Courts, UK. By Helen Gavaghan.
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