Donald Hornig, A-bomb scientist, dies at 92
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Donald F. Hornig, a scientist who served as a key figure on the Manhattan Project, an adviser to three U.S. presidents and president of Brown University, has died. He was 92.
Hornig died Monday, his son, Chris Hornig, said Wednesday. He had lived in Providence with his wife for the past several years and suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
Horning, a Harvard-trained...