Tomorrow, March 14, is Albert Einstein’s 140th birthday. More than 70 years ago, Einstein was integral to the Bulletin‘s founding, an effort to engage the public, policy makers, and scientists around the world about the accelerating pace of scientific and technological advancement.
Einstein’s legacy is still integral to everything the Bulletin does. From making science accessible to a general audience to broadcasting our internationally-renowned Doomsday Clock announcement, the Bulletin continues the work set out for it by Einstein and the many other leading scientific voices of the time by continuing to debate and work toward solutions to today’s existential threats: nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies.
Thank you for helping us continue his legacy through your participation and support. Only by working together can we broaden the conversation and generate innovative ways to promote peace and security.
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