Enrico Fermi

Born: 1901
Birthplace: Rome, Italy

Neutronic reactor—Fermi was awarded the 1938 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work in the field of atomic fission. In 1942 he accomplished the controlled release of nuclear energy via the atomic pile. (1976)

Died: 1954

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