Multimedia / Video

26 February 2016

An introduction to Dr. Strangelove

The official trailer for the film Dr. Strangelove

26 January 2016

The Clock is ticking

19 January 2016

Take the Doomsday Clock Poll

The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will be announcing the 2016 time of the Doomsday Clock on January 26th. In a new twist, we invite you to...

25 November 2015

The Paris climate talks, in context

Top experts from Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs provide  historical background for the upcoming climate change conference in Paris, known as COP 21.

8 July 2015

Yes, a warming planet can mean extreme weather

How can a barely perceptible rise in air temperature lead to more extreme weather? This animated video illustrates how an average temperature rise of .8 degrees Celsius at the Earth’s...

3 June 2015

Space weapons and nuclear war

Amid tension between nuclear-armed nations, one side uses antisatellite weapons to disable its adversary's space assets. Is it seeking advantage in a conventional conflict—or preparing a nuclear...

27 May 2015

The official Castle

A very 1950s, newsreel-style film that explains what the Castle series of nuclear tests were all about—at least, according to the US Air Force and...

11 May 2015

Listening in on the nuclear underground

A global network of seismic and infrasound monitoring stations listens constantly for underground clues that a nuclear test has taken place. Set up by the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty...

28 April 2015

The NPT in review

Why this year's Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference is likely to be contentious 

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