Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

After the nonproliferation treaty, what next?
2
Nuclear disarmament
End of Apollo
4
Project Apollo
Student rebellion: the aimless revolution?
7
Civilization, Social problems, Student protests, demonstrations, etc
Trouble in paradise: the University of Hawaii and Dr Oliver Lee
10
Oliver M. LEE, University of Hawaii (System)
Let us prepare for peace
17
Nuclear warfare (Defenses), Nuclear disarmament
British veto 300 GeV.
31
CERN
Narrow path to peace
32
International organization
More reflections on big science
33
Overpopulation, Research
Nuclear-free and people-free zones
34
Nuclear disarmament
Nawapa: a wet exchange
35
North American Water and Power Alliance

Report on the military rule and the Greek universities
21
Colleges and universities (Greece), Education and state (Greece)
Books
26
Joel Alan SNOW, Richard S. Rosenbloom, Theodore Von Karman; 1881-1963
Soviet memorandum of July 1, 1968
30
Nuclear disarmament
Scientists on C and B.
31
Federation of American Scientists, Chemical and biological weapons
Ethics of scientists
39
Scientists (Professional ethics)
Bulletin: a spokesman for all seasons?
40
Bulletin of the atomic scientists
Microbiology and genetics
41
Genetics, Microbiology

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