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

Nuclear threats, ABM systems, and proliferation
2
Nuclear disarmament, Guided missiles (Defenses)
To be nuclear or not
4
Nuclear energy (International aspects)
NPT is not enough for India
4
Indu Shekhar MISHRA
Space science and tight budgets
6
Research (Federal aid), Space research
Matter for the public to decide?
7
Science (Social aspects), Science and civilization

Technological change and the world market
8
Commerce, Economic assistance, Technological innovations
War and taxes: the role of the economist in politics
13
Economists, War (Economic aspects), United States (Economic policy)
Arms control and disarmament: the great evasion
18
Nuclear warfare and society, Nuclear disarmament
Recent eddies in brain currents
23
Brain, Electroencephalography
War and disease: an anthropological perspective
28
War and disease
Chemical abstracts service annual report to NSF.
43
American Chemical Society, Chemical-Biological Coordination Center, Chemical abstracts, Chemical notation, Research (Federal aid)
Science, society, and science education
45
Science and civilization, Science (Study and teaching)
Science and public policy meeting at AAAS.
49
American Association for the Advancement of Science (Meetings)
Science and public policy activities in universities
50
National Science Foundation (U.S.), Colleges and universities (Research), Science and state, Scientists (Political activities)
International communication in the twentieth century
53
Communication, Exchange of persons programs, United States (Cultural relations)

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