Science: Sharing the Atom ...

Despite the bombast and hostility that have characterized relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union during the past decade, a remarkably friendly and fruitful exchange has been quietly going on between scientists of the two nations. Glenn Seaborg, the retiring chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, has now revealed how the scientists have not only grown to trust each other, but have also shared detailed information about their countries nuclear capacity-almost to the last atom.

Physicist Seaborg is just back from Russia, where he headed a delegation of ten visiting U.S. scientists....

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