E-coli confusion

17th January 1997 at 00:00
A misprint in "In the know" (January 3), outlining the ASEKing's Science Investigations in Schools project, has given rise to some confusion. With regard to getting evidence about the E-coli outbreak, we deem the "fair test" approach to be clearly inappropriate and not "clearly appropriate" as stated.

ANNE GOLDSWORTHY

ROD WATSON

AKSIS Project, School of Education, King's College, London

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