We didn't call them brilliant for nothing. Since we began singling out promising scientists two years ago, our awardees have racked up dazzling further accomplishments. Here's a sampling of what they've been up to.
By Adam VoilandPosted 10.29.2004 at 6:00 pm 0 Comments
DAVID WAGNER UC Berkeley computer scientist Wagner co-authored a withering critique of an Internet-based voting system that the U.S. had planned to introduce for citizens living abroad. The report, which described multiple security flaws, led to the program’s abrupt cancellation in February.