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26 January 2016

The Clock: A Brief History

You've heard of the book "A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking (who, incidentally, is on our Board of Sponsors)? Well, this is a brief history of the Bulletin's Doomsday Clock.

19 January 2016

Take the Doomsday Clock Poll

The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will be announcing the 2016 time of the Doomsday Clock on January 26th. In a new twist, we invite you to...

11 January 2016

Space weapons and the risk of nuclear exchanges

A webcast of a jointly organized Bulletin and Atlantic Council discussion on Space weapons...

21 December 2015

Expert post-Paris climate analysis

In a teleconference for select Bulletin supporters, two of its Science and Security Board members—Sivan Kartha of the Stockholm Environment Institute and Ri...

25 November 2015

The Paris climate talks, in context

Top experts from Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs provide  historical background for the upcoming climate change conference in Paris, known as COP 21.

17 September 2015

Podcast: Arms control expert Henry Sokolski on the nuclear future

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists teleconference featuring arms control expert Henry Sokolski of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center and moderated by Bulletin executive...

9 September 2015

The Vela event of 1979

Information in a variety of publications over the years strongly supports the premise that a mysterious double flash detected by a US satellite in 1979 was indeed a nuclear test, conducted by...

25 August 2015

Fukushima Daiichi, five years later

On a recent 2015 trip to view the restricted areas in the devastated region around the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, frequent Bulletin contributor Subrata Ghoshroy was able to get a good...

13 August 2015

Podcast: Nonproliferation expert Jon Wolfsthal on the Iran Agreement

An audio recording of the second installment in our teleconference series, Decoding the Iran agreement. This teleconference focused on the White House view of the Iran agreement. For the first...

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