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I am Enrico Fermi, a theoretical physicist that worked on the Manhattan Project.
I was born in Rome, Italy where I founded my love for physics at the age of 17, and earned my doctorate at age 21 in the University of Pisa.
I created the worlds first self-sustained, controlled nuclear reaction and I accidentally split a Uranium atom and did not realize it until later.
In 1939 I was awarded the Nobel Prize.
In December 2, 1942 I created the Chicago Pile which was the first human-made self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction was initiated in CP-1. This was a heavy contribution to the Uranium bomb.
I died on November 28, 1954 because of stomach cancer in Chicago Illinois.
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