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British Pugwash Newsletter – January 2020

Topics covered in the British Pugwash January 2020 Newsletter include: New Research: Hypersonic weapon systems – Implications for strategic stability and arms controlResearcher job: British Pugwash project on climate change and nuclear weaponsRoyal Society video of Rees/Cox on Rotblat – Now on YouTube!Crowdfund appeal – Help SYP UK get to Doha 2020 The newsletter can […]

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Multimedia available – Ethical Science? – Nottingham University – 23rd October 2019

British Pugwash co-hosted with University of Nottingham Physics Department a mini-conference about ethical issues in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The conference was open to all ages and disciplines. The agenda is below. The conference was reviewed by Nottingham’s Professor Philip Moriarty (here) in a blog post titled ‘Some down-to-earth, blue sky thinking’. Ethical […]

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Ethical Science? – Nottingham University – 23rd October 2019

British Pugwash co-hosted with University of Nottingham Physics Department a mini-conference about ethical issues in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The conference was open to all ages and disciplines. The agenda is below. The conference was reviewed by Nottingham’s Professor Philip Moriarty (here) in a blog post titled ‘Some down-to-earth, blue sky thinking’. Ethical […]

Lord Martin Rees: Peering into the Future – The Bumpy Road Ahead

Lord Martin Rees, Astronomer Royal and Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, gave a lecture on 5 November at the School of Oriental and African Studies entitled ‘Peering into the Future: The Bumpy Road Ahead’. The meeting was co-hosted by CISD, and British Pugwash.

British Pugwash Annual Report 2016

Key topics: developments on the international disarmament scene; Trident: emerging technologies; the NPT RevCon and the Disarmament Institute(BRINDI); science and ethics; energy policy and climate change