Former Brown President Donald Hornig dies at 92

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Former Brown President Donald Hornig dies at 92

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, told

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Former Brown University President Donald F. Hornig, who worked on the atomic bomb and was a scientific adviser to three U.S. presidents, has died, according to ABC News. He was 92 and suffering from Alzheimer's disease

Paul Hornig dies at 92 [PHOTO] at home, Paul Hornig dies at 92 peacefully at home surrounded by his family. Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was a resident of Somers Point for over 20 years. A Veteran of World War II, Paul

Paul Hornig dies at 92 | MyFOX8.com – Greensboro, High Former Brown University President Donald F. Hornig, who worked on the atomic bomb and was a scientific adviser to three U.S. presidents, has died, according to ABC Ex-Brown

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