Robert bud and Philip gummett , cold war, hot science: Applied research in Britain's defence laboratories 1945–1990. Studies in the history of science, technology and medicine, 7. amsterdam: Harwood academic/science museum, 1999. Pp. XIX+426. Isbn 90-5702-481-0. £42.00, $62.00 ; London: Science museum, 2002. Pp. XIX+426. Isbn 1-900747-47-2. £34.95 [Book Review]

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