The Early Days of the Atomic Age: History, Science and Espionage

Take a journey through the history and science of the early atomic age from Dalton's theory that all matter is composed of atoms to the development of the atomic bomb and the decision to drop it on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In this series of four lectures we'll review the scientists and spies involved in The Manhattan Project then consider the science behind the more sophisticated, and potentially far more destructive, Hydrogen bomb.

 Session Detail: 213XOSHPC481R1

Schedule: Recordings available to view anytime from 05/01/2021 until 8/19/2021
Times: 12:00am - 11:59pm
Registration Fee : $20.00

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Bharat Pathakjee

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