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Enrico Fermi (1901–1954) was an Italian physicist who created the world's first nuclear reactor.
Fermi or Enrico Fermi may also refer to:
- Fermi (unit), a unit of length in nuclear physics equivalent to the femtometre
- Fermi (microarchitecture), a microarchitecture developed by Nvidia
- Enrico Fermi Institute, Chicago, Illinois, US
- Fermi Linux, distributions produced by Fermilab
- RA-1 Enrico Fermi, a research reactor in Argentina
- Enrico Fermi Award
People with the surname
- Laura Fermi (1907–1977), Enrico Fermi's wife
- Fermi–Pasta–Ulam–Tsingou problem
- Fermi–Dirac (disambiguation)
- Fermi Paradox (album), an album by Tub Ring
- Fermi–Walker transport
- Fermi–Walker differentiation
- FERMIAC, an analog computer invented by Enrico Fermi
- Fermilab, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
- Fermionic field
- Fermium, the 100th element on the periodic table
- List of things named after Enrico Fermi
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