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

Living with h-bombs
34
Eugene I. RABINOWITCH
Science faces a double danger
34
Scientific research (Soviet Union), Scientists (Professional ethics)
Research for national defense
36
National Science Foundation (U.S.), Colleges and universities (Research), Military research
National science foundation: report and appraisal
39
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Soviet bombs: Mr Truman's doubts
43
Atomic bombs, Nuclear research (Soviet Union)
Catholicism, communism, and science
49
A. A. MAXIMOV, Pope Pius XII; 1876-1958, Communism, Religion and science, Scientific research (Soviet Union)
Dialectical materialism and the physicist
54
Dialectical materialism, Physics (Philosophy)
What time is it?
58
Raw materials, Time perception, United States (Civilization, Foreign relations)
Associated universities report
60
Associated Universities, Inc
News and notes
62
United States Atomic Energy Commission

Tracing nuclear explosions
44
Nuclear weapons (Testing, Detection), Radioactivity (Measurement)
Anglo-U.S. cooperation on atomic energy
46
Nuclear research (Great Britain), Science (International aspects), Great Britain (Foreign relations, United States)
Scientist new High Commissioner for Germany
63
James Bryant Conant
Government loyalty program
63
Loyalty-security program (U.S.)

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