William Aaron Nierenberg (1919-2000) a renowned physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project. He also served as the longest serving director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography who brought financial stability to the institution and also developed a fleet of five modern research vessels for the institution during this directorship. June 11, 1970.
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