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

Can man domesticate himself?
2
Overpopulation
On improving communication among scientists
8
Communication in science
Allocating support for basic research, and the importance of practical applications
12
Research (Finance, Federal aid)
Civil defense: notes on Project Harbor
19
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Bomb shelters, Civil defense
Civil defense: Wigner on Project Harbor
21
Eugene P. Wigner; 1902-1995
University government and the teach-ins
30
Colleges and universities (Administration), Teach-ins
On proliferation: where's the danger?
32
Nuclear weapons
Sociobiology and man
33
Science and civilization
Nagasaki binge
35
Bernard T. Feld; 1919-1993
From New York and Washington: talking about disarmament
38
Nuclear disarmament

Beginning of the commonsense
23
Society for Social Responsibility in Science, Scientists
Careers, science, and politics
26
Scientists (Political activities)
Other U.S.
28
Science (Social aspects), United States (Social conditions)
International cooperation at the White House
41
White House Conference on International Cooperation
Arms control and disarmament at the White House
43
Nuclear disarmament
Science education in Africa
46
Colleges and universities (Ghana), Science (Study and teaching)

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