Justin Cappos Joel Kimmel Cappos hopes to use his system to surf the web from the International Space Station. Each year, Popular Science seeks out the brightest young scientists and engineers and names them the Brilliant Ten. Like the 110 honorees before them, the members of this year's class are dramatically reshaping their fields--and the future. Some are tackling pragmatic questions, like how to secure the Internet, while others are attacking more abstract ones, like determining the weather on distant exoplanets. The common thread between them is brilliance, of course, but also impact. If the Brilliant Ten are the faces of things to come, the world will be a safer, smarter, and brighter place.--The Editors Justin Cappos Polytechnic Institute of New York University Achievement Creating a new way to cloud compute Justin Cappos can access the Internet from anywhere in the world-a desktop computer in Ethiopia, an Android phone in France, even a tablet...
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