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Hidden Meanings: Keith Winstein

A 1999 Intel finalist who worked on a better way to send secret codes is now decoding technology for the general public at The Wall Street Journal

May 16, 2008 — Laura Vanderkam

Drive-Through Tolls Creep Higher Faster

An economist finds that tolls on roads that install automated pay systems go up faster than do tolls for which drivers reach into their pockets to pay. Karen Hopkin reports.

May 14, 2008

Where Are They Now?

The stories of Westinghouse--now Intel--Science Talent Search finalists. From chemistry to code-breaking, genetics to geology, some of these scientifically precocious young men and women have gone on to win Nobel Prizes--and all of them live fascinating lives...

May 12, 2008 — Laura Vanderkam
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