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Is nuclear 'negativity' down to Dr No?

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Fifty years ago filming began on James Bond movie Dr No, and the Royal Society of Chemistry believes that the film ensured that hundreds of millions of viewers over the years have been subjected to a representation of nuclear power as a barely-controllable force for evil.

Professor David Phillips of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Tom Burke, visiting professor at Imperial and University College London, discuss Bond's responsibility for our nuclear fears.


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