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

50th Anniversary: Chain Reaction
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University of Chicago, Manhattan Project, Atomic bombs (History)
No Matter What, Says NAS, Atomic Vets are O.k
3
National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Radiation (Physiological effects), Nuclear weapons (Testing), Veterans (Health and hygiene)
NIMBY PIMBY Over Nuclear Waste
4
Radioactive waste disposal (Illinois), Martinsville (Ill.) (Environmental policy)
Nuclear Weapons Take a Dive
6
United States Congress (Voting), Nuclear weapons (Testing, Suspension)
Bouncing Bombs Across Britain
8
Nuclear weapons (Great Britain, Safety measures)
Ideas by Szilard, Physics by Fermi
16
Leo Szilard (Hungarian physicist.), Enrico Fermi (Italian-American physicist.); 1901-1954, Atomic bombs (History), Nuclear research (History)
Vannevar Bush Backs the Bombs
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Vannevar Bush (American electrical engineer and inventor.); 1890-1974, Atomic bombs (History)
Groves Takes the Reins
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Leslie R. Groves; 1896-1970, United States Army Corps of Engineers, Manhattan Project
Groves, Szilard, and Oppenheimer
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Leslie R. Groves (American general.); 1896-1970, J. Robert Oppenheimer (American physicist.); 1904-1967, Leo Szilard (Hungarian physicist.), Manhattan Project
A Lovely Experiment
40
Enrico Fermi (Italian-American physicist.); 1901-1954, Atomic bombs (History)

New President; New Policy
10
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Presidents (Transition periods), United States (Military policy, Foreign relations)
The Incident at Stagg Field
11
University of Chicago, Atomic bombs (History)
Cuba's Double Jeopardy
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Cuba (Economic conditions)

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