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1 The Manhattan Project, which ushered in the nuclear age with all its benefits and horrors, obviously fits this criterion.
2 It could be another Manhattan Project or Apollo program.
3 Also as Manhattan Project, the Manhattan Project.
4 This new law led to the Manhattan Project and the first atom bomb.
5 Thebrainchild of Manhattan Project physicist Edward Teller, ProjectExcalibur was supposed to fire off atomic-powered lasers from land orspace at incoming missiles.
6 When he was working on the Manhattan Project, Richard Feynman used to amuse himself by breaking into safes containing secret documents.
7 A headline from a time when the ongoing Manhattan Project and the wonder that was atomic power seemed to promise a bright, clean, safe energy future.
8 He was also the man who initiated the Manhattan Project, writing to President Roosevelt to urge him to develop these weapons, as he believed the Germans were researching something similar.
9 Person responsible for Manhattan Project physicist J Robert Oppenheimer United States.
10 Today,(www.Sentencedict.com) the tightly-controlled knowledge and technologies of the Manhattan Project have given way to the open culture of the internet and the Information Age.
11 1942 - Manhattan Project: A team led by Enrico Fermi initiate the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction.
12 United States officials now say that Iran's massive "Manhattan Project" ended then but that many of the same scientists are still engaged in weapons-related pursuits.
13 Qian also participated in the Manhattan Project, which developed the first atomic bomb.
14 Manhattan Project: A team led by Enrico Fermi initiate the first self - sustaining nuclear chain reaction.
15 J. Robert Oppenheimer, head of the Manhattan Project, reacted to the atomic explosion that shattered the predawn desert silence by simply saying, "It worked."
16 The most efficient approach to developing ENS will be by a coordinated "Manhattan Project" in which substantial funds are targeted appropriately and systematically.
17 He conferred privately with key congressional leaders and together they started the Manhattan Project.
18 An intelligent computer, he quipped, would require "1.8 Einsteins and one-tenth of the resources of the Manhattan Project" to construct.
19 The stockpile, infrastructure and work force played a critical and evolving role in every stage of our nuclear experience, from the Manhattan Project to the present day.
20 N early 20 years ago, I entered the hospital room of a retired nuclear physicist who had worked on the Manhattan Project with Enrico Fermi.
21 The crisis in Japan has boosted interest in nuclear-related museums and plants, once-secret Manhattan Project complexes and areas laid waste by disaster.
22 Now 91 years old, the Bethesda, Md, resident says he's one of the last living people to work on the Manhattan Project.
23 The laboratory was created during World War II to develop the first atomic bomb for the Manhattan Project and houses highly sensitive materials.
24 There is something very American about Feynman breaking into safes during the Manhattan Project.
25 Within 24 hours of his arrival, Carter found he would be working under J. Robert Oppenheimer on the Manhattan Project, helping with the research and experimentation that led to the first atomic bombs.
26 Looming behind him is his latest work in progress, a 28-foot-high re-creation of the world's first particle accelerator, surrounded by some of the original hardware from the Manhattan Project.
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