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1 January 2010
Interview
The fields of genetic sequencing and synthetic biology have a tried-and-true supporter in Harvard geneticist George Church. While recognizing the potential for misuse in any discipline, from biology to calculus, it is clear to him that
1 September 2009
Interview
After three terms, 12 years, and countless unprecedented challenges, the IAEA can't help but be changed by its outgoing director-general. Three months before mohamed ElBaradei leaves office, he explains how such an evolution
1 July 2009
It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight
President Barack Obama has outlined an impressive arms control agenda, but he will need informed and active people throughout the world to help him realize it.
1 July 2009
Interview
With climate change now front and center on the Obama administration's radar, a leading climate researcher's decades-long effort to communicate to the public the true scope of menace is bearing fruit.
1 May 2009
It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight
Congress needs to pass strong laws to reduce carbon emissions, yet an emissions cap should be only one part of the u.S. strategy.
1 May 2009
Interview
The head of the u.n. Office for Disarmament affairs pinpoints past arms control efforts that could inspire agreement between nuclear haves and have-nots.
1 March 2009
It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight
U.S. officials should not delay in addressing the potential for a global expansion of nuclear energy to lead to weapons proliferation.
1 March 2009
The Bulletin Interview
The nuclear energy industry is gearing up for global expansion, with new countries considering building their first reactors. A long-time nuclear energy regulator discusses his work to make sure it's done safely.
1 January 2009
The Bulletin Interview
Fluctuations in arctic sea ice are perhaps the most vivid signs of a warming global climate, yet relatively little is known about sea ice dynamics. a leading sea ice researcher unpacks the mysteries behind climate change's
1 January 2009
It Is 5 Minutes To Midnight
As president, Barack Obama could fundamentally alter U.S. nuclear weapons policy, but only if he devotes the necessary political capital to the effort and rethinks timeworn assumptions.

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