Bob Frye's The Nuclear Requiem is now airing on PBS nationwide. WYCC has a broadcast scheduled for 8 p.m. on April 30th, with WTTW airing it on the same day at 6 p.m. Or watch online anytime at PBS. Check out the film's website or Facebook page for more details.
Vogue may not be the first place one would ordinarily think of when it
comes to an article about North Korea and nuclear weapons, but a new
relationship between the Bulletin and "TV" led to a terrific explanation
on the North Korea situation by Science and Security Board member
Sharon Squassoni. Teen Vogue will also be featuring Yangyang Cheng's
Voices of Tomorrow piece, Let science be science again, as part of a special article about the March for Science on Saturday morning. Be sure to visit our homepage for more information.
April 22nd is not just Earth Day, it's the global March for Science. Find out everything you need to know about attending a march in your area, or about attending digitally through an online stream. The Bulletin will
be present at the March for Science Chicago, and we'll have a booth at
the Science Expo at the end of the march route; please stop by and visit
us! Watch a recording of the Bulletin's Rachel Bronson, Sonny Garg, and Daniel Holz in a "Fireside Chat," hosted by the March for Science Chicago.
And be sure watch a short video produced by the March for Science London featuring Science and Security Board member Ray Pierrehumbert. Originally posted on The Guardian website, the video makes the case that: "The truth needs an advocate." Read John Cook's piece about how scientists can fight for science without losing trust for more information.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is pleased to announce that John Balkcom has been named vice-chair. Balkcom served on the Bulletin’s
board from January 2012 through March 2014. He also served as board
Chair from January 1, 2013 – March 1, 2014. We are grateful for his
leadership, commitment, and long-standing support of the Bulletin.
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