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ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58354 · Document · 1958.09.03
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies are participating in this Conference to pool the latest knowledge on peaceful uses of atomic energy.Topics of discusssion so far include the possibility of controlled fusion, experience with nuclear power plants, and experience in health and safety, which was discussed at today's meetings.
Seen here during one of the sessions are (left to right): Dr. Charng Ratanarat, head of the delegation of Thailand; Dr. Pradist Cheosakul, also of the Thai delegation; and Dr. Frantisek Behounek, of the delegation of Czechoslovakia.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58355 · Document · 1958.09.03
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies are participating in this Conference to pool the latest knowledge on the peaceful uses of atomic energy and to exchange views on scientific problems.Topics of discusssion so far include the potentialities of nuclear fusion as a long-term energy source, experience with nuclear power plants, and experience in health and safety, which was discussed at today's meetings.
Here, a scientist from the USSR delegation, Mr.V.M. Klechkovskii, is studying a document during a meeting of the Conference.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58357 · Document · 1958.09.03
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies are participating in this Conference to pool the latest knowledge on peaceful uses of atomic energy. The public sessions and meetings, during which more than 2200 papers and 55 films will be presented, are followed daily by the international press and other information media.
In this photograph, taken during a scientific press briefing that followed one of the meetings of the Conference today, a journalist is seen taking notes.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58358 · Document · 1958.09.02
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Participating in this Conference are some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies,who are here to exchange views on world-wide scientific problems and to further peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Experience with nuclear power plants and possibility of controlled fusion were today's topics of discussion. Two members of the French delegation are seen here seated next to the delegates of Viet-Nam. The French delegates are (from the right): Mr Eugène Cotton; and Mr. Francis Netter.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58359 · Document · 1958.09.02
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Participating in this Conference are some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies,who are here to exchange views on world-wide scientific problems and to further peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Experience with nuclear power plants and the possibility of controlled fusion were today's topics of discussion. Dr. K.D. Sinelnikov, of the Ukrainian SSR Delegation, is seen here at his country's desk in the Assembly Hall, listening to the debate.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58360 · Document · 1958.09.02
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Participating in this Conference are some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized agencies,who are here to exchange views on world-wide scientific problems and to further peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Experience with nuclear power plants and the possibility of controlled fusion were today's topics of discussion.Scientists and observers from Thailand are seen in this photograph seated at their country's desk in the Assembly Hall. From right to left are: Dr. Charng Ratanarat, head of the delegation of Thailand; Mr. Luang Binbakya Bidyabhed; Mr. Annabi; and Mr Dellagi.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58361 · Document · 1958.09.02
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Participating in this Conference are some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 67 countries and 9 UN Specialized agencies,who are here to exchange views on world-wide scientific problems and to further peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Experience with Nuclear Power Plants and Possibility of Controlled Fusion were today's topics of discussion.Here, listening to the debate, are two members of the Burmese delegation to the Conference, Professor Po Tha (left); and U Hla Nyunt, head of the delegation.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58364 · Document · 1958.09.01
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As part of the second UN International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, meeting in Geneva from September 1 to 13, the UN Scientific Exhibition was inaugurated today. This exhibition, in the Palais des Nations grounds, will be open to the public and scientists throughout the duration of the Conference. It will show scientisfic equipment and models from 20 participating governments on the peaceful applications of atomic energy, in their countries.
Here, Dr.Willard F. Libby, Commissioner of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, is photographed as he watched a screening in the British Exhibit.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58367 · Document · 1958.09.03
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 69 countries and 9 UN Specialized agencies are participating in this Conference to pool the latest knowledge on the peaceful uses of atomic energy.
This picture taken during a press conference shows Professor F. Perrin of France (back to camera), President of the Conference, in the Palais des Nations.

ATM-CPU-2-IN UN 58369 · Document · 1958.09.05
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The Second United Nations International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy is now in progress (Sept. 1-13) at the Palais des Nations, Geneva. Some 5000 prominent scientists and observers from 69 countries and 9 UN Specialized Agencies are participating in this Conference to pool the latest knowledge on how atomic energy can be put to work for man's benefit. The public sessions and meetings, during which more than 2200 papers and 55 films will be presented, are followed daily by the international press and other information media.
Here, in the lobby at the Palais des Nations, two Japanese journalists are interviewing Dr. Nobuo Katayama (center), of the delegation of Japan.