The new Executive, elected 7 May 1994, amended by Board resolution 17 July: President: Derek Paul (to September 1994) Vice-President: Tom Davis Secretary: John Valleau (to September 1994); Peter Nicholls (Sept.- ) Treasurer: Peter Nicholls (to September 1994); Derek Paul (Sept.- ) Members at large: Eric Fawcett, Terry Gardner, John Valleau (Sept.-) Temporarily Eric Fawcett … Read more Executive
Office support. We need staff. If you can volunteer for half a day a week or even less this would be a great help. If you are interested, please call the office 978-3606. Promoting Science for Peace Lectures. A team of two or three volunteers, working out of the SfP office in University College, could … Read more Volunteers Needed
UN Day, Monday October 24. Lois and John Dove Memorial Lecture (by invitation). Tuesday October 25,8:00 p.m. Convocation Hall, University of Toronto. Science for Peace Lecture: The Middle East: Prospects for Peace and Justice Sponsored by Science for Peace, the Student Christian Movement and the Near East Cultural and Educational Foundation. Tickets $10 including taxes.
Science for Peace has just published a book written by eleven members of the Canadian Pugwash Group, entitled: World Security: the New Challenge. This book, divided into four parts, deals with historical, political, social, finalicial and environmental questions relevant to planning well into the next century. Retail price $19.99; $12 to members. A book launch … Read more New Book
With the death of Linus Pauling the scientific community has lost one of its greatest members, a man who has been compared with such scientists as Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, and Albert Einstein. Pauling’s contributions to science covered a wide range, and he will no doubt be remembered for different things by different people; Chemists … Read more In Memoriam: Linus Pauling 1901-1994
Again I should like to remind our readers of our arrangement with Peace Magazine. Science for Peace pays for eight pages in every issue, and we have representatives on the editorial board. In the July-August 1994 issue our section contains two articles on the question of how individuals who have committed crimes in support of … Read more From the Editor
On Friday 19 August, Nobel prizewinner Linus Pauling died. In addition to his considerable contribution to science he was known for upholding the concept that science should be used as an instrument for peace and social equality. While this principle may be self-evident to readers of this bulletin, to voice it loudly and clearly during … Read more President's Message