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ASA stands for Atomic Scientists Association

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In 1946 he co-founded the Atomic Scientists Association and in 1947 he organized "Atom Train," the first big exhibition on peaceful uses and against military...
Sir Joseph Rotblat 1908-2005, British physicist and anti-nuclear weapons activist, b; Rotblat cofounded (1946) the Atomic Scientists Association and...
SCIENTISTS AND WORLD TENSION 291 cost of the campaign in expensive war material and irreplaceable; About two years ago the Atomic Scientists Association issued a
quot;Rotblat first took the lead in setting up, in 1946, the British Atomic Scientists Association (Basa)...
You will be sending the article Atoms for the people: the Atomic Scientists' Association, the British state and nuclear education in the Atom Train exhibition, 1947...
This volume contains the papers read at a very successful conference convened by the Institute of Biology and the Atomic Scientists' Association, with the support of...
LONDON, Jan. 5 (AP) - The Atomic Scientists Association of Britain predicted today that the Soviet Union would have enough atomic bombs within a year or two to fight...
formed the Atomic Scientists' Association, with the aims of educating the public on problems concerning atomic energy and to work for an acceptable form of control.
Sir Joseph Rotblat. Rotblat; Rotblat cofounded (1946) the Atomic Scientists Association and, along with Einstein and other scientists, signed (1955)...
The British Atomic Scientists Association (ASA or BASA), was founded by Joseph Rotblat in 1946. It was a politically neutral group, composed of eminent physicists and...
Catalogue entries (1 hits) Churchill/SCHO 16: The Papers of Sir Basil Schonland: Copy minutes and papers of the Atomic Scientists Association Atomic Scientists...
Get this from a library! Atomic scientists news.. [Atomic Scientists' Association.;]
1946 establishments in the United Kingdom > Atomic Scientists' Association. Defunct organisations of the United Kingdom > Atomic Scientists' Association