Multimedia / Video

8 October 2017

The new nuclear landscape and its implications for international security

Rachel Bronson, executive director and publisher of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, moderates a discussion on today’s nuclear landscape with Michael Morell, former acting director of the CIA;...

5 October 2017

The first self-sustained nuclear reaction

On Dec. 2, 1942, University of Chicago scientists began the Atomic Age, achieving the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. Here, three scholars discuss the scientists involved...

12 July 2017

Know the Time

An animation of nuclear risk

20 June 2017

Scientists who support a nuclear weapons ban

More than 3,700 scientists have signed an open letter supporting efforts to ban nuclear weapons. Here, some of them explain why.

14 June 2017

Lawrence Krauss: "The Greatest Story Ever Told—So Far"

Lawrence Krauss, chair of the Bulletin's Board of Sponsors, discusses his newest book and sheds light on our fundamental understanding of space, time, and Origins.

12 June 2017

UN nuclear weapons ban negotiations resume on June 15th

Negotiations for a nuclear weapons ban treaty resume at the United Nations...

18 April 2017

Why the Bulletin supports the March for Science

Bulletin Science and Security Board member Raymond Pierrehumbert explains: In these times, the truth needs an advocate.

8 March 2017

Kennette Benedict: An interview with the Atomic Heritage Foundation

In this November 2016 interview, Bulletin senior advisor Kennette Benedict describes the magazine's role in providing scientists with a platform to inform the debate on nuclear policy and...

19 January 2017

A map of vulnerabilities

This map of India and Pakistan shows: in yellow, nuclear facilities and likely...