| Marc Warner |
|Alma mater||Imperial College London, Harvard University|
On 26 April 2020, Carole Cadwalladr tweeted:
"Ben Warner: 2 years ago he was doing physics postdoc. Now he’s a ‘data scientist’ advising govt & sitting on SAGE. His brother, Marc - who worked with Cummings on Vote Leave - won £250m NHS contract when Cummings entered Downing Street. And now the contract for NHS tracking app."
Marc Werner is brother of Ben Warner. Warner graduated in Physics at Imperial College London and went on to do a PhD in Quantum Computing and to research making quantum gates out of single molecules at the London Centre for Nanotechnology at University College London (October 2006 to May 2012). He was a Research Fellow at Harvard University from June 2012 to August 2015.
|Document:Why the NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app failed||Article||19 June 2020||Matt Burgess||On 18 June 2020, Matt Hancock announced that the planned centralised NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app, which has been trialled on the Isle of Wight and downloaded by tens of thousands of people, has been ditched in favour of a decentralised system developed by Google and Apple.|