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“Biology between history and physics (E. Feinberg’s Credo)” (Institute for History of Science and Technology, Moscow, 3 Dec 2009)
“The Soviet Life of Lev Landau and the thermonuclear triangle: L.Landau+Ya.Zeldovich+A.Sakharov” (Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow, June 17, 2008)
“Science between religion and atheism” (Institute for History of Science & Technology, Moscow, June 26, 2008)
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"[Lydia Chukovskaya and Matvei Bronstein: three cultures or the tree of culture]," Conference «[Korney and Lydia Chukovsky: the double jubilee]», Moscow, March 28, 2007
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"Secret Physics and Scientific Ethics," Institute for History of Science & Technology, Moscow, June 1, 2006
"A Russian-American Perspective on the Fathers of the H-Bombs," Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science, April 24, 2006
"Circulating Top-Secret Knowledge for the history of H-bomb," 5th British-North American Joint Meeting of the BSHS, CSHPS, and HSS, Halifax, Nova Scotia, August 7, 2004
"The Best Defense, or the Worst one? Physics and politics in the history of Russian ABM program," the Annual Meeting of History of Science Society, Cambridge, MA, November 21, 2003
"A Russian Perspective on the Father of the American H-Bomb," Colloquium on the History of Science & Technology at the University of Minnesota, April 19, 2002
"The best defense or the worst one: ABM as the problem and emblem of the century," Institute for History of Science & Technology, Moscow, March 28, 2002
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"Edward Teller and Lev Landau: Theoretical Physicists in the Time of Cold Nuclear War," P.L.Kapitsa Institute of Physical Problems, Moscow, October 25, 2001
"Two Parallels Among Three Perpendiculars: Andrei Sakharov, Edward Teller, and Robert Oppenheimer," Institute for History of Science & Technology, Moscow, May 31, 2001
"Andrei Sakharov: Theoretical Physics and Practical Humanics," Commemorative Ceremony on the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the death of Andrei Sakharov, European Parliament, Strasbourg, December 14, 1999
"Authority of Physics in the Authoritarian State," Boston Colloquium "Science Without Freedom in the Twentieth Century", Boston University, May 9-10, 1999
"Andrei Sakharov: from Russian Theoretical Physics to International Practical Humanics" International conference "Physicists in the Postwar Political Arena: Comparative Perspectives," University of California, Berkeley, January 22-25, 1998
"Lebedev Physical Institute and Soviet thermonuclear project," International Symposium "History of the Soviet Atomic Project", Dubna, Russia, May 14, 1996
"Igor Tamm and Lev Landau, the Theoretical Physicists in Soviet Practice," Harvard University, December 8, 1995; and the Annual Meeting of History of Science Society, Minneapolis, MN, October 27, 1995;
"How Sakharov invented the Soviet H-bombs," Rossendorf Center for Nuclear Physics, Dresden, March 27, 1995
"How Planck Discovered Quantum Gravity Scale," Congress of German Physical Society, Emergence of Modern Physics, Berlin, March 22, 1995
"Looking Back at the History of Sakharov's H-bomb," Michigan State University, January 24, 1995
"Andrei Sakharov, the Fundamental Physicist and Fundamental Politician," Los Alamos National Laboratory, November 2, 1994
"Philosophical background of Sakharov's H-bomb," Annual Meeting of HSS, New Orleans, October 14, 1994, and the Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science. January 1994
"Looking Back at the History of Soviet A- and H-bombs," Smithsonian workshop on the Cold War. May 11, 1994
"Humanitarian Physicist under Inhumane Circumstances (Andrei Sakharov in his generation of Soviet physics)," Workshop on Science and Political Authority, MIT, Cambridge (MA), May 1992
"Vladimir Fock: Philosophy of Gravity and Gravity of Philosophy," Third International Conference on the History and Philosophy of General Relativity, University of Pittsburgh, June 1991
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