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- 1885 The world’s first public electric tram system opens in Blackpool
- 1901 Birth of Enrico Fermi, who made contributions to quantum theory, nuclear physics and particle physics, was involved in the development of the first nuclear reactor, was awarded the 1939 Nobel Prize for work on induced radioactivity, and lends his name to a type of subatomic particle – the fermion
- 1931 Birth of James Cronin, awarded the 1980 Nobel Prize along with Val Logsdon Fitch for their discovery of CP-violation, a proof that certain subatomic interactions break fundamental symmetry principles – in this case, time
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