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Argonne National Laboratory

ORGANIZATION

Part of the US Energy Department.

Official Website:
http://www.anl.gov/

Location:
Argonne, IL

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alexei A. Abrikosov
Physicist
25-Jun-1928   Particle physicist, explored superconductivity
Stephen D. Ban
Business
c. 1940   Argonne National Laboratory
Henry S. Bienen
Educator
5-May-1939   President, Northwestern University, 1995-2009
Robert J. Birgeneau
Educator
1942   Chancellor, UC Berkeley
Arthur H. Compton
Physicist
10-Sep-1892 15-Mar-1962 Discovered the Compton Effect
Johann Deisenhofer
Chemist
30-Sep-1943   Proteins of photosynthesis
John A. Fees
Business
c. 1957   CEO, Babcock & Wilcox Companies
Enrico Fermi
Physicist
29-Sep-1901 29-Nov-1954 First controlled nuclear chain reaction
Maria Goeppert-Mayer
Physicist
28-Jun-1906 20-Feb-1972 Shell nuclear model
Peter Grünberg
Physicist
18-May-1939   Giant magnetoresistance
William D. Phillips
Physicist
5-Nov-1948   Trapped atoms with laser light
Don Michael Randel
Educator
9-Dec-1940   President, University of Chicago, 2000-06
Hugo F. Sonnenschein
Economist
1941   President, University of Chicago, 1993-2000
Edward Teller
Physicist
15-Jan-1908 9-Sep-2003 Father of the Hydrogen Bomb
Bide L. Thomas
Business
c. 1935   President of Commonwealth Edison, 1987-92
Harold C. Urey
Chemist
29-Apr-1893 5-Jan-1981 Discovered Deuterium
B. Joseph White
Educator
6-Apr-1947   President, University of Illinois


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