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Sarah Flannery, a 19-year-old college student, was honored in 1999 as Ireland’s "Young Scientist of the Year." In her new book, she explains how she became interested in math and cryptography at a very young age, and talks about attracting international attention at the age of 16 for her complicated cryptography project.
- Sarah Flannery Author and acclaimed young scientist
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