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Enrico, Italian-born U.S. physicist and Nobel laureate, 1901-1954. See: fermium.
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The Forte-based applications allow us to catch problems before they affect production, giving us preemptive capabilities that keep operations running and improve uptime," said Bruce Sheffel, director of performance engineering at Enrico Fermi.
In this unique treasure trove of a volume, physicists compile the previously unpublished seminal writings of Italian-American Nobel Prize-winning physicist Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), who built the first experimental nuclear reactor.
An appendix traces the lineage of EBR-II, including original memos and meeting notes, beginning with Enrico Fermi and Walter Zinn and progressing to the formation of the EBR-II project.
Roland Winston, chief scientist for Duke Solar LLC and long-time professor and past chair in the University of Chicago's department of physics and scientist in The Enrico Fermi Institute, received the prestigious Farrington Daniels Award for outstanding intellectual leadership in renewable energy from the International Solar Energy Society (ISES).
1940s); the Connecticut Turnpike (1950s) in Branford, CT; NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center (1960s) at Kennedy Space Center, FL; the Enrico Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (1970s) in Batavia, IL; The Center for Disease Control's Viral Rickettsial Diseases Laboratory (1980s) in Atlanta, GA; and the rehabilitation of the historic Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan (1990s).
Enrico Fermi posed the title question to three colleagues--Edward Teller, Herbert York, and Emil Konopinski--over lunch one summer day in 1950.
Watson and Francis Crick Have In Common with Enrico Fermi," will focus on reducing costs and increasing shareholder value by identifying programs that are not likely to lead to valuable drugs.
Currently, there are more than 50 world renowned enshrines including Wilbur and Orville Wright, Thomas Edison, Enrico Fermi, George Washington Carver, Buckminster Fuller, Jonas Salk and Nikola Tesla.
Named after the Italian-born physicist Enrico Fermi, these aggregations of particles can behave, according to quantum mechanics, as if they're a single entity.