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

Scientists and youth in revolt
2
Scientists (Political activities), Youth (Political activities)
Chicago demonstrators: a study in identity
3
Democratic national conventions, Youth (Political activities)
Soft states of South Asia: the civil servant problem
7
Civil service (South Asia), Political corruption
Forces affecting science policy: R&D.
10
Government contracts, Research, Technological innovations
Infant mortality and nuclear tests
18
Infant mortality, Radioactive pollution, Radiation (Physiological effects)
Case for missile defense
31
Guided missiles (Defenses)
Washington scene
34
Colleges and universities (Research), Research (Federal aid)
Antipollution technology: the electric car
37
Air pollution, Automobiles, Electric
Military complex: the unpleasant symptom
38
Militarism, Technology and civilization
Canada's water rights
38
North American Water and Power Alliance

Agricultural development in Africa
21
Agricultural research, Agriculture (Africa)
Space program and problems of the origin of the moon
24
Space research, Moon (Surface)
Science as art
27
Art and science
Condon report and UFO's
39
Edward Uhler Condon; 1902-1974
Universities in crisis
45
Arthur Selwyn Miller; 1917-1988
NPT: movement toward a viable world
48
Nuclear disarmament

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