Inside the Atomic Patent Office

By Alex Wellerstein | May 1, 2008

Before Stagg Field, before Trinity, before the atomic age dawned above Hiroshima
and Nagasaki, nascent nuclear technologies emerged into a world unsure of how to
manage the bevy of new and dangerous secrets. The surprising method of early
atomic control? Patent censorship.

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