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Marie Curie * (1867 - 1934), Polish physicist and chemist: pioneering research on radioactivity; discovered two radioactive elements, polonium and radium.
Albert Einstein * (1879 - 1955), German-American theoretical physicist: developed the theory of general relativity and discovered the relationship of mass and energy - E=mc2.
Leo Szilard (1898 - 1964), Austro-Hungarian physicist and inventor: proposed the idea of neutron nuclear chain reaction.
Enrico Fermi * (1901 - 1954), Italian-American physicist: developed the first nuclear reactor (fission).
Niels Bohr * (1885 - 1962), Danish physicist: contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum mechanics.
Robert Oppenheimer (1904 - 1967), American theoretical physicist: played an important role in the Manhattan Project.
Glenn Seaborg * (1912 - 1999), American cemist: discovered ten transuranium elements including plutonium.
Edward Teller (1908 - 2003), Hungarian-American theoretical physicist: father of the hydrogen bomb.
* Nobel laureates
Atomic Bomb for Kids
When and where were the atomic bombs dropped?
Damage Caused by the Atomic Bombing
How does a Nuclear Bomb differ from a Conventional Bomb?
The Atomic Bomb - HistoryLearningSite.co.uk
General Atomic Bomb Resources
Nuclear weapon - Wikipedia
Current World Nuclear Arsenals
Gallery of U.S. Nuclear Tests
The Nuclear Weapon Archive: A Guide to Nuclear Weapons
How Nuclear Bombs Work - HowStuffWorks
The Physics of Nuclear Weapons
What happened when a teenager tried a dangerous experiment in his back yard
Development of the Atomic Bomb
Children of the Atomic Bomb
NTI: Nuclear Threat Initiative
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The Race to Build the Atomic Bomb - Tony Sakalauskas
Query Nuclear Explosions Database
Race for the Superbomb - PBS
How to Make your own Atom Bomb - BBC
Federation of American Scientists - FAS
Glossary - atomicarchive.com
Nuclear Weapons Glossary
Glossary of Terms
The Manhattan Project
Timeline - Iran's nuclear programme
Atomic Bomb Timeline
National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
The Atomic Bomb - Buffalo University
Special Philatelic Covers to commemorate the Operation Crossroads Nuclear Nuclear Test Abel
Trivia and Humor
The Albert Einstein Quiz - Jokes and Science
The Albert Einstein Experience - Jokes and Science
Physics Jokes and Newton - Jokes and Science
Physics and Astronomy Fun - PhysLink.com
Science Fair Projects and Experiments