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Argonne’s Nuclear Science and Engineering Division researchers have developed a number of large-scale computer codes for scientific and engineering applications. These codes are validated and maintained for application in a variety of research programs.
An unassuming pile of black graphite bricks containing uranium became known famously as Chicago Pile 1, the world’s first human-created, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction. Eighty years later, nuclear scientists continue to deliver on its promise.