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

Packing the courts of science?
98
Allen Varley Astin; 1904-1984, Sinclair Weeks; 1893-1972, United States National Bureau of Standards
Washington notes
100
Allen Varley Astin; 1904-1984, Craig R. SHAFFER, United States National Bureau of Standards, Federation of American Scientists
National bureau of standards: Astin-Weeks case
103
Allen Varley Astin; 1904-1984, Sinclair Weeks; 1893-1972, United States National Bureau of Standards, Storage batteries (Additives)
Social and political conformity
105
Academic freedom, Colleges and universities, Conformity
Joint resolution to establish a joint committee on science
108
United States Congress Joint Committee on Science
How shall we establish a nuclear power industry in the United States?
120
Alvin Martin WEINBERG
Nuclear power
125
Nuclear research (Great Britain)
Prospects for nuclear power
129
Philip Sporn; 1896-1978
Case for public power
134
American Public Power Association
British debates for atomic power
141
Nuclear reactors, Nuclear research (Great Britain)

Atomic energy and private enterprise: joint committee hearings
109
United States Congress Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Nuclear energy (Economic aspects, Laws and regulations)
Symposium: atomic energy and private enterprise
109
Nuclear energy (Laws and regulations)
Should we break our biggest monopoly?
110
Nuclear nonproliferation
Atomic profits and the question of survival
114
David Rittenhouse Inglis; 1905-1995
Playing with fire
147
Mayor views bomb test
148
Nuclear weapons (Testing)
Science and government
151
Science and state, Scientific research

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