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55 results for FERMI

25 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for FERMI.

DateGridClueAuthor
29DPhysicist Enrico (7)Laura Braunstein
21DPhysicist Enrico (7)Trenton Charlson
2DPhysicist who coined the word "neutrino"Natan Last and the J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
3DPhysicist Enrico (7)Finn Vigeland
37AManhattan Project scientist (3)Patrick Berry
44AElement #100 is named for himPatrick Berry
49DManhattan Project physicistFreddie Cheng
1DUnit of length that's roughly the diameter of a protonJoel Fagliano
3D1938 Physics Nobelist (3)Elizabeth C. Gorski
29DPhysics unitJim Hilger
54APhysicist with a unit of distance named after himTrip Payne
5DPhysicist Enrico (7)Mike Buckley
103DManhattan Project scientist (3)Jim Leeds
5DTiny distance unitJohn Duschatko
54APioneer in the development of nuclear powerKaren M. Tracey
54AEponym of a physics lab near ChicagoKaren M. Tracey
57DPhysicist Enrico (7)Roy Leban
44A1938 Physics Nobelist (3)Nancy S. Ross
44DManhattan Project scientist (3)David J. Kahn
25DPhysicist Enrico (7)Jim Hyres
108DLos Alamos scientistPatrick Berry
38D1938 Physics Nobelist (3)David J. Kahn
4DPhysicist Enrico (7)Teresa M. Hackett
13A___ National Accelerator LaboratoryW. S. Cotter
31DPioneer atom splitterRobert Zimmerman

30 results for FERMI from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
4DPhysicist's unit of lengthLouis SabinMaleska
4DNobel physicist: 1938Nancy Scandrett RossMaleska
29DNobelist in Physics: 1938Richard SilvestriMaleska
25DNobelist in Physics: 1938Judith PerryMaleska
8DFamed atomic physicistFred TooleMaleska
27DPhysicist EnricoKenneth WitteMaleska
28DNoted Italian physicistMary C. WhittenMaleska
18DNobelist in Physics: 1938Nancy McCarthyMaleska
47DItalian physicistDorothea E. ShippMaleska
28DAtom physicistSidney L. RobbinsWeng
68AAtomic pioneerJim PageWeng
58DPhysicist EnricoMary M. MurdochWeng
12DNobelist in physicsChet CurrierWeng
30DAtomic physicist EnricoReginald L. JohnsonWeng
31AFamed physicistUnknownWeng
27ANoted physicistUnknownWeng
109AGreat physicist.Sidney LambertFarrar
51DScientist Enrico.UnknownFarrar
46ANobel prize physicist, 1938.UnknownFarrar
47AGreat physicist.UnknownFarrar
46DFamous physicist.Jay SheldonFarrar
107ANobel Prize physicist.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
41ANobel Prize physicist.Norton RhoadesFarrar
14ANuclear scientist.UnknownFarrar
59AWell-known atomic physicist.UnknownFarrar
5AItalian physicist in the U. S. since 1939.UnknownFarrar
30DAtomic scientist, Nobel Prize winner, 1938Harold T. BersFarrar
14AFamous Italian physicist, in U. S. since 1939.UnknownFarrar
47DItalian-born nuclear physicist.J. F. KellyFarrar
18DItalian physicist, worked on atomic bomb.C. L. CrossFarrar