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Video of Annual Lecture and Interview: Professor Dame Athene Donald, 9th May, 1730

Lecture title: Reflections on the legacy of Sir Joseph Rotblat in a time of nuclear risk   Speaker: Professor Dame Athene Donald Watch the video of the lecture and our interview below:   … Thursday, May 9, 5:30 – 6:30pm GMT+1 The Babbage Lecture Theatre, David Attenborough Building, Pembroke Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QZ (in person […]

Pugwash Meeting on Irreversibility in the Nuclear Domain

British and International Pugwash convened a discussion on the theme of irreversibility in the nuclear domain in Rome on 20 and 21 November 2023. The 12 participants, present in a personal capacity, came from the USA, Russia, China, India, the UK, Canada, Italy, Belgium, and Germany. The group comprised former diplomats, political scientists, physicists, and […]

British Pugwash Newsletter: November / December 2022

Items include: 1. Webinar on nuclear weapons and the Ukraine- 14th December 2. Video of September’s webinar 3. Memorial service for Dr Christopher Watson 4. Rodney Fielding, former member of British Pugwash 5. Recent articles and reports of interest 6. Student and Young Pugwash update … 1. December webinar: Nuclear weapons, the Ukraine conflict and beyond Join us […]

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Resources on Ethical Science – Podcasts, Literature, Rotblat

Student/Young Pugwash (SYP) UK’s Project on Ethical Science has compiled lists of resources to help the STEM community navigate the ethical and social challenges it may face over the coming years. Resources include: A list of engaging podcasts on science ethics – here Literature on ethics on STEM topics, including bio, data, nuclear and more […]

Joseph Rotblat Memorial Trust – We Need You!

The Joseph Rotblat Memorial Trust is looking for a new trustee. Could this be you? What is the Trust?  The Joseph Rotblat Memorial Trust (JRMT) is a charitable organisation, whose goals include the advancement of education about international peace, environmental sustainability, and the social responsibility of scientists. Sir Joseph Rotblat, the nuclear physicist and peace […]