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The most dangerous scientist in history

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain

21 Albemarle Street

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Klaus Fuchs knew more nuclear secrets in the last two years of the Second World War than anyone else in Britain. He was taken onto the Manhattan Project in the USA as a trusted physicist - and was the conduit by which knowledge of the highest classification passed to the Soviet Union. Join Frank Close as he explains the physics and the espionage of the most dangerous spy in history.

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Event image by Manhattan Project/Los Alamos via Wikimedia Commons

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