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

On the pioneering generation
2
Sir John Cockcroft; 1897-1967, Hermann Joseph Muller; 1890-1967
China's economic situation
3
China (Economic policy, Politics and government)
Public confrontation of Hermann J. Muller
8
Hermann Joseph Muller; 1890-1967, Genetic research
New technological era: a view from the law
12
Technological innovations, Technology and civilization, Technology and law
Pennant on Venus
19
Space research (International aspects, Soviet Union)
Books
30
Robert EISNER, Peter Barnes; 1931-., Philip C. RITTERBUSH
Is the nuclear nonproliferation treaty enough?
35
International Atomic Energy Agency, Nuclear energy (Economic aspects), Nuclear disarmament
Withdraw missile submarines?
39
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles (Launching from submarines)
Closing the world food gap
40
Agricultural administration, Food relief, Food supply
Cooperative education in developing countries: two programs
43
Colleges and universities (International aspects), Education (International aspects, Africa, India)

Outer space, strategy, and arms control
24
Nuclear disarmament, Outer space (International aspects)
ABM decision
29
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles (Defenses)
Pugwash XVII.
46
Pugwash movement

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