Multimedia / Video

26 February 2018

Presidential first use of nuclear weapons: Is it legal?

The Bulletin's Kennette Benedict and Hugh Gusterson participated in a conference at Harvard University entitled “Presidential First Use of Nuclear Weapons:  Is it Legal? Is it...

26 January 2018

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...

16 January 2018

Sig Hecker on the North Korean nuclear program

The CBS newsmagazine 60 Minutes interviews the Stanford nuclear weapons expert and Bulletin columnist.  

8 January 2018

The Day After

A Voices of Tomorrow author argues that millennials need new movies about nuclear war.

4 December 2017

A performance by Cai Guo-Qiang

After a solemn recital of 75 gongs of the Rockefeller Chapel carillon, renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang performed a multicolored, large-scale pyrotechnic artwork, opening a poetic portal to the...

1 December 2017

The Manhattan Project at the University of Chicago

In this WGN-TV production, Bulletin president Rachel Bronson and Science and Security Board chair Robert Rosner discuss the import of the first controlled nuclear chain reaction, achieved...

15 November 2017

The military approach to climate

When do you prepare for a challenge? Before it hits you, climate scientist, retired Navy officer, and Bulletin Science and Security Board member David Titley says in this TED talk.

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...