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  1. Gerardus 't Hooft, Professor Theoretical Physics, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, Nobel Prize Physics 1999
  2. Emil Aalto, Graduate student in Ecology at Stony Brook University
  3. Isabella A. Abbott, marine botanist/ ethnobotanist, Dept. of Botany, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
  4. Dr. Tilahun Abebe, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Northern Iowa
  5. Bonnie Abel, student - Stockton College
  6. Dr. Irving Abrams, ion exchange chemist, researcher, author, lecturer
  7. Nabil Abuelata, President and CTO of Accretive Technologies, 9 US patents and 61 scientific contributions
  8. Edward Ackad, Physics graduate student, York University, Toronto Canada
  9. Alfonso J Acosta, Environmental Associate
  10. Tomoko Adachi, Researcher, Catholic University of America/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  11. Dr. Mate Adamkovics, Postdoc, Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  12. David Adams, student of Virginia Tech Physics Dept.
  13. Dr. Dean Adams, Associate Professor, Ecology, Evolution, Organismal Biology, Iowa State University
  14. Suzie Adams, Secondary Health Science Credentialed Teacher
  15. Thomas W. Adams, Chemist/Patent Attorney/Law Professor (adjunct)
  16. William Adams, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Rutgers University
  17. Prof. Rana Adhikari, Physics, Caltech
  18. Stephen L. Adler, Professor, School of Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study, Member, NAS
  19. Dominique Adriaeus, Universiteit Gent
  20. Jack Aeby, Senior Net Volunteer, Hawaii
  21. Daniel Aeschliman, retired aerophysicist
  22. Susan Ager, CEO, Benedictine Health Center at Innsbruck, Minnesota
  23. Prof. Claudio Agostinelli, Department of Statistics, Ca' Foscari University, Italy
  24. John Aguirre, Graduate Student, University of Miami, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
  25. Windsor Aguirre, Ph.D. Student, Dept. Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  26. Manny Agustin, Secondary School Teacher, Williamstown High School
  27. Joe Ahlers, Owner, Ahlers & Associates, Texas
  28. Karen Aiken, student researcher, Physics and Astronomy Department, San Francisco State University
  29. Sue Gray Al-Salam, retired physics teacher, Christopher Newport College
  30. Adolfo Zayas-Bazan Albaisa, Architect
  31. John F. Alderete, Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology, U. Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
  32. Eugene D. Alexander, PhD, psychologist Shippensburg University, retired
  33. Prof. Robert M. Alexander, Emeritus Professor of Zoology, University of Leeds
  34. Thomas Alexander, Immunologist, Summa Health System, Akron, OH and Professor of Immunology in Pathology, Northeastern
  35. Dr. Sergey Alexanian, Foreign Relations Dept., Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, St.Petersburg, Russia
  36. Brittany Allen, PhD candidate, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Cellular & Developmental Biology Dept
  37. Dr. Jonathan Allen, Postdoctoral scholar, Department of Biology, Bowdoin College
  38. Joshua T Allen, Undergraduate researcher, Neuroscience program, Central Michigan University
  39. Julie Allen, artist/biologist, University of Wisconsin
  40. Lilly Allen, Student, UC Davis
  41. Dr. Thomas Allen, Principal Investigator, Tolga Ltd. Biopysical/Biochemical R&D, Ontario
  42. Dr. William Allen, Licensed Psychologist
  43. Andrea Allio, Science Department Chair/Biology Teacher, The Westminster Schools
  44. Dr. James Almendinger, Senior Scientist, St. Croix Watershed Research Station
  45. Paul Alsing, Bachelor's degree - Astronomy
  46. Adam Altman, Professor, Author
  47. José Alvarez, Adjunct & Emer. Prof, Food & Resource Economics, Univ of Florida Everglades Research & Education Ctr
  48. Dr. Joao Alves, Bioinformatics & Evolutionary Biology researcher, Virginia Commonwealth University
  49. Lee Amack, software engineer, Houston
  50. Dr. Susan Amara, Detre Professor & Chair of Neurobiology, Univ of Pittsburgh, member NAS
  51. Melissa Amarello, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Zoology, Southern Illinois University
  52. Richard Amasino, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin, and Member, National Academy of Sciences
  53. Patrick David Amon, Deputy Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Information Security, EPFL
  54. Will Amos, Elementary Technology Teacher, Colorado
  55. Edith Amsgter, Atheist-Humanist Teacher
  56. Leslie Amundson, Senior Archaeologist, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
  57. Paul Anagnostopoulos, computer scientist, Windfall Software
  58. Prof. Salvatore Anastasio, (retired) Dept. of Mathematics, SUNY - NewPaltz
  59. Dr. Clark Anderson, Retired behavioral research scientist
  60. Grace Anderson, Forward thinking artist at large, Laguna College of Art and Design
  61. Leonard Anderson, former Principal Physicist, Measurex Corporation
  62. Mark Anderson, student majoring in chemistry, University of Minnesota
  63. Philip W. Anderson, Professor of Physics (Emeritus), Princeton, Nobel Laureate (1977), member NAS
  64. Roger Anderson, Western Washington University
  65. Victor Anderson, Zoologist, Retired Federal Public Servant
  66. Oseye Andrews, MT, RPT, Medical Student, Trinidad and Tobago
  67. Le Roy Annis, Emeritis Prof., University of Puget Sound
  68. Louis Anon, Governance Consutlant
  69. Gary Ansorge, Retired researcher
  70. H.H. Patriarch Anthony I, Patriarch of the Ancient Apostolic Communion
  71. Melissa Apgar, Mel Apgar - Marine Bio student, Richard Stockton College of NJ
  72. Philip Appleman, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Indiana Univ, editor Norton Critical Edition, Darwin
  73. Meiko Arai, Researcher and PhD Student, Sociology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  74. Dr. Alan F. Arbogast, Associate Professor
  75. Scott Arciszewski, Kobra (writer), Florida
  76. Peter Arctander, Professor of Evolutionary Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Physiology
  77. Charles Ardary, Instructor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Edmonds Community College
  78. Lisa Argento Flay, Clinical Laboratory Scientist at BioMarin
  79. Steven Armentrout, Emeritus Professor of Medicine UCI
  80. Janet Armstrong, University of Washington
  81. Dr. Thomas Arnesen, Dept. of Molecular Biology, University of Bergen, Norway
  82. Mario Ascoli, Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Iowa
  83. Paul Asimow, Associate Professor of Geology and Geochemistry, California Institute of Technology
  84. Drew Astolfi, Lead organizer, Faith Action for community Equity, Honolulu
  85. Jelle Atema, Professor of Marine Biology, Boston University
  86. Michael Atiyah, Hon. Prof. of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, Fields Medalist, Abel Prize winner, member NAS
  87. Nancy Atkinson, Librarian, Rochester Public Library/ Free-lance journalist, UniverseToday.com
  88. Sabine Atwell, Professor (retired), Defense Language Institute
  89. Jonathan Atwood, Antioch New England; Director, Conservation Biology Program
  90. Dr. Wilson W.S. Au, Chair of Mathematics & the Physical Sciences, Vista College
  91. Benjamin f�lix Aubry, PhD Student, University of Nantes
  92. J M Aucken, MA(Cantab), MRAeS, retired Head of Instrumentation, British Aerospace
  93. Wendee Augustiro, University of Hawaii
  94. Mary Allen Austin, Librarian, Columbus, Ohio
  95. David Avery, Technical Writer
  96. Michael Ayala, A senior from the Liberal Arts and Science Academy at LBJ High School in Austin, TX
  97. Andrew Aycoth, Biology Student - Virginia Tech
  98. Daniel L Ayres, Ph.D. student, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, University of Maryland
  99. Abdullah Azim, student, Westfield High School
  100. Shai Azoulai, Researcher / Graduate Student at UCSD
  101. Dominique Bachelet, Assoc. Professor, Department of Biological & Ecological Engineering, Oregon State
  102. Peter Backus, Observing Programs Manager, SETI Institute
  103. Andrea Baer, Presents for the Planet Secular-Based Charities
  104. Doris Bailey, Ordinary senior citizen without a degree
  105. Jason Baird, High School student in a 5,000 person town in Alaska
  106. Kellen Baird, student, University of Colorado at Denver
  107. Carl Baker, Research Scientist, Dept. of Genome Sciences, University of Washington
  108. Daniel Baker, student, Virginia Tech
  109. Mahina-a-rangi Baker, Masters Student, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  110. Myron Baker, Professor of Zoology (emeritus), Colorado State University
  111. Ruthann Fischer Balas, private pactice psychologist
  112. Elias Balbinder, Prof. (retired) Univ. of Colorado Health Sciences Ctr., Denver CO 80262
  113. Dennis Baldocchi, Professor of Biometeorology, Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California,
  114. Dr. Robert Baldridge, Professor of Biology, Baylor University
  115. Jose L Balduz Jr, Assistant Professor of Physics at Mercer University
  116. Dr. Andrew H. Baldwin, Associate Professor, Dept of Environmental Science & Technology, University of Maryland
  117. Enoch Baldwin, Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Davis
  118. Joshua Ball, Science Educator
  119. Prof. Michael Ball, Dept. of Social Inquiry, University of Wisconsin-Superior
  120. Dr. Maurice Ballas, Pathologist, Texas
  121. Katie Ballering, PhD Candidate University of Minnesota Department of Microbiology
  122. Rahul Banerji, engineer, Plastics Consultant
  123. Justin Bangerter, A Physics Major from Virginia Tech
  124. Tyler Bangerter, student, Old Dominion University
  125. Robert Banos, adjunct -physics, phys.science division - Dominican University
  126. Amy Banowetz, Research Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University
  127. Dr. Roberto Bao, Faculty of Sciences, Universidade da Coruña, Spain
  128. Leon Baradat, computer professional, CA Department of Forestry
  129. David Barash, Professor of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, Wa.
  130. Prof. Richard Barber, Duke University, Division of Coastal Systems Science and Policy
  131. Prof. Pedro Barbosa, Department of Entomology, College of Chemical &Life Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park
  132. Adam Peter Barclay, Adam Barclay, science communicator
  133. Bernard Barcos, Photographer
  134. George Barcos, technical director and production manager in theatre
  135. Steve Barger, Assoc Prof of Geriatrics and Neurobiology & Developmental Sciences, University of Arkansas
  136. Brad Barker, Physics student, University of Florida
  137. Eric Barker, student, University of Hawaii
  138. Andrew Barley, Psychotherapist, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  139. Arthur Barnes, Aeronautical Engineer (ret), Fellow Royal Aeronautical Society, UK
  140. Laurie Baron, University of Hawaii
  141. Alex Barr, Graduate student, Physics, University of Texas at Austin
  142. Lynda Barraca-Howard, Science Literacy Coordinator; Crete-Monee SD 201U
  143. Geoffrey Barrett, Science Teacher, Robert F. Kennedy Charter High School, Albuquerque
  144. Stephen Barrett, M.D., Board Chairman, Quackwatch, Inc.
  145. John B. Barriage, Lawyer
  146. Dr. Seth Barribeau, postdoctoral researcher, Department of Zoology, Kyoto University
  147. Katrina Barron, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Math., University of Notre Dame
  148. Michael Barron, graduate student, Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago
  149. Dr. James Barry, ocean biologist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  150. Dr. Simona Bartl, CSU Moss Landing Marine Labs
  151. Randy Bartlett, Pu`u Kukui Watershed Preserve, Maui, HI
  152. Carolina Bartolom�, researcher USC (Spain)
  153. Dr. Paul Barton, geologist emeritus, U.S. Geological Survey, member NAS
  154. Dr. Brant Basam, Marketing Manager, Corbett Life Science, Brisbane, Australia
  155. Jennifer Athena Basil, CUNY Brooklyn College & CUNY Graduate Center
  156. L.A. Basile, lay person, concerned citizen, Nebraska
  157. Gibor Basri, Professor of Astronomy, Univ. of California, Berkeley
  158. Paul Gordon Bassett, Software Engineer
  159. Kevin E. Bassler, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Houston
  160. Nicholas Basta, Professor, Ohio State University
  161. Mohamad Bataineh, engineer, Jordan University of science & technology
  162. Barbara-Anne Batelle, Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience, Univ. of Florida
  163. Robert W. Batey, Math Teacher
  164. Alex Battler, Independent research fellow, philosophy, political science, IR
  165. Prof. Laura Baudis, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  166. Margaret-Mary Bauer, Mother, Teacher, Business woman
  167. Simon H. Bauer, Professor Physical Chemistry; ret Dept of Chem. Cornell University
  168. Ronald Bauerle, Professor of Biology, University of Virginia
  169. Travis Ray Baugher, Graduate Student, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory/Michigan State University
  170. Prof. Etienne-Emile Baulieu, College de France, Former President, French Academy of Sciences, member NAS
  171. Randall Baumgartner, Biology teacher - Lakeland High School
  172. Brett Baxter, physician
  173. Douglas Baynton, Associate Professor of History at the University of Iowa
  174. Adam Lee Bazinet, Faculty Research Assistant, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Univ of Maryland
  175. Scott G. Beach, Graduate, California State Univ. Sacramento, Bachelor of Arts, Social Science(Economics)
  176. Charles Beard, 1stLt, USMC, Retired
  177. John Beck, Engineer - retired
  178. Michelle Beck, Hopkins Lab, University of Vermont
  179. Steven Beckendorf, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley
  180. Dr. Martin Beerbom, Postdoctoral Researcher, Electrical Engineering, University of S Florida
  181. Mi Harry Beevers, Research Director, PhD Cal Ag Research
  182. Dr. Mike Beevers, Research Director, California Agricultural Research, Inc.
  183. Marjorie Beggs, Research Scientist, Institute on Aging, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  184. Steven Beissinger, Professor of Conservation Biology and Leopold Chair of Wildlife Biology, UC Berkeley
  185. Barbara R. Beitch, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Biology, Quinnipiac University
  186. Bernard Bel, research engineer at CNRS, France
  187. Anna Belak, Virginia Tech Physics Undergraduate Student
  188. Dr. Emmanuel Belamie, Researcher, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier & EPHE, Montpellier, France
  189. Jim Belanger, Associate Professor of Biology, West Virginia University
  190. Rachelle M. Belanger, Ph.D. Student, Bowling Green State University
  191. Dr. Marco Beleggia, Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  192. Prof. Michael Bell, Department of Ecology and Evolution, SUNY Stony Brook
  193. Norton Bell, Retired Engineer
  194. Richard S. Bell, Kalamazoo Astronomical Society President
  195. Dr. Ray Bellamy, Physician--MD, Florida State University College of Medicine
  196. Marcus Bellini, Program Manager & Mechanical Engineer
  197. Eric Benavidez, student, University of Kansas
  198. Amanda Benbow, student, LBJ High School
  199. Roland A. Bender, PhD, Researcher, Dept. Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine
  200. Dr. Deborah Bendler, Teacher, Tulsa Public Schools
  201. Fredrik Bendz, MSc., Lic. pharmacist, Helsingborg, Sweden
  202. Michael Bendzela, Adjunct professor of English, University of Southern Maine
  203. Fabrizio Benedetti, EPFL, Switzerland
  204. Helen Benes, Assoc Prof, research scientist and medical school educator, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  205. Dr. Pamela Benicewicz
  206. Dr. Nick Bennett, Pediatric Resident Physician, SUNY Upstate Medical University
  207. Prof. Jeff Bennetzen, Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, member NAS
  208. Dr. Fred Benoff, high school teacher, Georgia
  209. Dennis Benson, math instructor, Denver area colleges
  210. Ted Benson, Washington State Department of Ecology, Environmental Specialist (Marine Sediments)
  211. Bastian Bentlage, Kansas Univ.
  212. Pedro Bento, biology student, Kean univ & NJ City Univ
  213. Prof. Yves Benyamin, Directeur d'Etudes, laboratoire de Motilité Cellulaire, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
  214. Richard Benz, Science Curriculum Specialist
  215. Leonid Ber, MD
  216. David Bereiter, Professor Diagnostic and Biological Sciences, University of Minnesota
  217. James A. Berg, Hydrogeologist, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  218. Phyllis Berger, student studying geology, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
  219. R. Daniel Bergeron, Professor, Computer Science Department, University of New Hampshire
  220. Dr. Elizabeth Bergey, Associate Professor of Zoology and Biologist, OK Biological Survey at the University of Oklahoma
  221. Joanne Bergman, Supervisor, Angora Township, Angora, MN
  222. Prof. Robert G. Bergman, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, member NAS
  223. Naomi S Bergmans, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  224. Melanie Bergolc, Graduate teaching Assistant in the Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
  225. Ari Berkowitz, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Oklahoma
  226. Frederick Berman, Dir, Toxicology Information Ctr, Ctr for Research on Occupational & Environmental Toxicology, OHSU
  227. Merrick Berman, CHGIS, Harvard University
  228. Howard Bern, Professor Emeritus, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley, member NAS
  229. Charles William Berndt, President C. W. BERNDT Associates, Ltd.
  230. Renate Bernstein Ph.D., researcher for development of instrumentation for Sw carbon parameters, University of South Florida
  231. James Berrian, Entomology Associate, San Diego Natural History Museum
  232. Tiglet Besara, PhD Candidate in Chemical Physics, Florida State University
  233. Scott Bessler, Graduate Student, Biology, University of Alabama
  234. Claudette Bethune, PhD Pharmacokineticist
  235. Ernest Beutler, Professor & Chairman, Dept. Molecular & Exp Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute. Member, NAS
  236. Dr. Gottfried Beyvers, physician working at a national agency in Germany, amateur astronomer
  237. Sarah Bezek, EM Resident Yale-New Haven Hospital, formerly a HS science teacher in Texas
  238. Pradeep Bhattacharya, Writer, Director & Producer of films on science & society
  239. John Bice, genetics technician/writer
  240. Robert Bidigare, Researcher, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii
  241. Allison Biehl, Baylor Law student
  242. Harold Bien, researcher, Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
  243. Bert Bigelow, retired engineer
  244. Steve Biljan, graduate student, Carlson School of Management
  245. Dr. Michael Binger, Physicist, Stanford University
  246. Dr. Charles Birkeland, Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  247. Prof. Kenneth P. Birman, Computer Science, Cornell University
  248. Mark Bisignani, Regions Hospital Radiation Therapy Department, Minnesota
  249. Dr. Royce J. Bitzer, Research Associate, Department of Entomology, Iowa State University
  250. Prof. Pamela Bjorkman, Professor of Biology, Caltech, member National Academy of Sciences
  251. Lindsay Rebecca Black, Student, the Universiy of Texas at Austin
  252. Prof. Daniel Blackburn, Dept of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford
  253. Dr. Jaime E. Blair, Postdoctoral Associate, Penn State University
  254. Dr. Kimberly Blake, Associate Professor of Life Science, Mitchell College, CT
  255. Jean-Marie Blanc, Fish geneticist, former research assistant (Oregon State University), researcher/research director I
  256. Dr. Thierry Blasco, UPMC - Paris, France
  257. Dr. Robert J. Blaskeiwicz, Department of Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech
  258. Michael M Blaskiewicz, physicist, Collider Accelerator Department Brookhaven National Lab
  259. Benjamin Blazey, Student & Researcher
  260. Joann Blessing-Moore, MD, Allergist, Immunologist, Pediatric Pulmonologist, Clinical faculty Stanford Univ. Hospital
  261. Brock Blevins, research assistant
  262. Lois Blewett, editor and grandparent, Minnesota
  263. Robert Blewett, artist and grandparent, Minnesota
  264. Ashley Blinn, RN, BSN, MS
  265. Stephen Bloden, Public School Teacher, Minneapolis Public Schools
  266. Mark Blumberg, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Iowa
  267. Dr. Michel T. Blumental, Aeronautical consultant
  268. Susan Boal Thormann, artist, Bad Nauheim, Germany
  269. David Bodznick, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Wesleyan University
  270. Robert Bogden, President of a Biotech Service Company
  271. Bruce Boghosian, Professor and Chair, Department of Mathematics, Tufts University
  272. Dr. Dennis L. Bogin, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Upstate Medical University
  273. Justin H. Bohling, graduate student, University of Maryland
  274. Robert Boikess, Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  275. Jaszmine Bolden, student, Klein Collins High School, Texas
  276. Bryan Bolea, Ph.D., Affiliate Professor, Grand Valley State University
  277. David Bomse, Ph.D.
  278. Dr. Luca Bonardi, Dept. of Geography, University of Milan
  279. Prof. Francesco Bonavita, Kean University
  280. Prof. Maria R Bonavita, Garibaldi-Meucci Museum
  281. Ginger Bond, medical student, UNC Chapel Hill
  282. Dr. Howard E. Bond, Astronomer Emeritus, Space Telescope Science Institute
  283. Anne Bonhoure, technical assistant (biology) - Montpellier University, France
  284. Donald Boos, retired research chemist
  285. Jeani Borchert, Archaeologist
  286. Kim Boriskin, Army RD&E Center employee
  287. Jonathan Bortfeldt, Physics Dept. University of Munich, LMU, GER
  288. Michael Borysow, Graduate Student in Physics, University of Texas
  289. Mike and Sally Bosanko, Retired teachers, Minnesota
  290. Dr. Matteo Bosi, IMEM-CNR, Italy
  291. Dr. Oliver Bossdorf, Postdoctoral researcher, Stony Brook University, Department of Ecology & Evolution
  292. Paul Botch, Graduate Student, Southeast Missouri State University
  293. John Bottoms, retired teacher, Minnesota
  294. Eric Bourgeois, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  295. Olivier Boutin, Teacher at the University of Nantes
  296. Stephen Bowen, AP Biology teacher at Leland High School
  297. James Bower, Professor of Computational Biology, University of Texas System.
  298. Melissa Bowlin, Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, University of Michigan-Dearborn
  299. Christopher Bowman-Prideaux, CSU Northridge
  300. James Boyer, Physics and Chemistry Instructor / Science Department Chair, Columbia High School, Ohio
  301. John Boyle, Aerospace Engineering, Chief System Engineer
  302. Michael E. Boylson, LCDR, USN (Ret.)
  303. Miran Bozicevic, Research Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ and Multimedia Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
  304. Dr. Arthur Brady, Research Associate, University of Maryland Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
  305. Crister Brady, Undergraduate Student, Public Policy, UNC Chappel Hill
  306. Megan Brauch, High School Biology Teacher, RHAM High School, CT
  307. John Brawley, amateur scientist
  308. Ben Bray, Web Designer, MIT
  309. Dr. Don E. Bray, President, Don E. Bray, Inc.
  310. Gregg Brazel, Purdue Univ. Engineering Alum
  311. Michael Breault, Writer and computer & video game designer
  312. Divya Breed, engineer, signal processing & communications
  313. Denise Breitburg, Senior Scientist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
  314. Patricia Brennan, Associate Professor Psychology, Emory University
  315. Josh Bridenbaker, Amateur scientist
  316. Paul Bridgland, Professional Engineer, USDA-NRCS
  317. Marilyn Brien, Retired Science Teacher, San Antonio, Texas
  318. Prof. Gary Brill, Instructor, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University
  319. John H. Brinn, B.S, M.S, Michigan State University
  320. Jordan Britt, Copy Editor for WUWF radio, Hobby Rocketeer and Space Exploration Activist, Univ of West Florida
  321. Alain Brizard, Associate Professor of Physics, Saint Michael's College
  322. David Brockway, physician, Minnesota
  323. Ken Brodeur, Business owner, IGE Records
  324. Dr. Edmund Brodie III, Director, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia
  325. David Brodzinski, Retired, environmental engineer
  326. Dr. William R Bromer, Profesor of Biology and Environmental Science, University of St. Francis
  327. Maurice Brookhart, Prof. of Chemistry, Univ. of North Carolina
  328. Dr. Alan Brothers, Helmholtz Fellow, Hahn-Meitner Institut Berlin
  329. Elaine Brower, Concerned mother and activist
  330. Donald Brown, professional nature photographer, with BS in Forestry & Wildlife Ecology
  331. Joe Brown, PhD candidate, environmental microbiology, University of North Carolina, School of Public Health
  332. Kenneth Brown, High School Social Science Teacher, Linden Community Schools
  333. Shannon Brown, student at Old Dominion University
  334. Thomas Brown, Student, Psychology, The New School
  335. Prof. William Brown, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University
  336. Dan Browne, Dept. of Biology, University of Mary Washington
  337. Marco Brucale, Post-Doc affiliate, Department of Biochemistry, University of Bologna
  338. Thomas W Bruice, co-founder and VP of Research, Carlsbad Pharmaceuticals
  339. Cornelius Brunson, Ph.D. student in Mathematics at Virginia Tech
  340. Dr. Richard C. Brusca, PhD
  341. Morton K. Brussel, Emeritus Professor of Physics, UIUC
  342. Yvonne Brutger, MD, Physician
  343. Nick Brysiewicz, student, University of Illinois CU Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering
  344. Patricia Buckendahl, biomedical researcher, Rutgers University
  345. Jeannette Chloe Bulinski, Professor of Biological Sciences, Pathology & Cell Biology, Columbia University
  346. Joshua Buller, Computer Graphics Programmer Undergrad of UL Lafayette
  347. Sven Bulterijs, Student in Biochemistry & Biotechnology, University of Ghent (Belgium)
  348. Rebecca Anne Bunn, clinical laboratory scientist
  349. Eleanor Bunt, Math/Home Economics Teacher
  350. David A. Bunzow, PhD, University of Alaska
  351. Dr. Gail Burd, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Arizona
  352. Marilyn Burge, retired
  353. Steve Burge, Career Science Teacher/Middle and High School-retired
  354. Dr. Andrew Burgess, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Cell Cycle & Cancer - CRBM CNRS
  355. Prof. Sean Burgess, Assistant Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California, Davis
  356. Creighton Burgher, facilities designer in the electrical, instrumentation & controls and process disciplines
  357. John J. Burke, Professor of Electrical Engineering Western New England College
  358. Donald Burkholder, C.A.S. Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, member NAS
  359. Paul Burnett, Retired Federal Employee
  360. Dr. Stephen Burnett, Associate Professor of Biology, Clayton State University
  361. Peter B Burnheim, Manager, Hi Tech Geo Pty Ltd, Australia
  362. Amanda Burns, Grad Student UNC-chapel hill
  363. Edward Burns, Ph.D., Associate Prof. of Plant Pathology, Montana State University (retired)
  364. Alexander Burstein, Asst. Prof., Dept,. of Math., Iowa State Univ.
  365. Judith Burstyn, Professor, Chemistry and Pharmacology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  366. Dr. Brent Burt, Associate Professor, Biology
  367. Dr. Stephane J. Burtey, Université de la Méditeranée, France
  368. Betsy Burton, retired bookseller, independent scholar
  369. Steven Businger, Professor, Department of Meteorology, University of Hawaii
  370. Adam Butler, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Northern Iowa
  371. Barbara Byers, Association for Behavior Analysis
  372. Colin R Byfleet, Chemistry, Florida State University
  373. Julie Byrd, Graduate Student - BEES Program (Department of Entomology), University of Maryland
  374. Kenneth Byrne, Science Teacher, retired
  375. Dr. Earl Byron, Aquatic ecologist
  376. Lawrence Cahoon, Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, UNC Wilmington
  377. Dr. Gregor Cailliet, Professor, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, California State University System
  378. Joseph Cain, researcher, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute, Florida State University
  379. Patrick Cain, PhD student, Department of Biology, Indiana State University
  380. Dr. Karen Cairns, Environmental Educator and Practitioner
  381. John Cairns,Jr., Univ.Distinguished Prof.Emer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ, Member NAS, Amer.Phil Soc
  382. Rebecca Calisi, Graduate Student, University of California-Berkeley
  383. Camanch Camacho, Science Student, California State University, Sacramento
  384. George Cammarota, Electrical Engineer
  385. Alison A Campbell, retired Librarian
  386. Arezoo Campbell, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Community & Environmental Medicine, University of CA, Irvine
  387. Rebecca Cann, evolutionary biologist and anthropologist (Ph.D, Professor of Genetics, Univ of Hawaii at Manoa
  388. John Cannon, Conservation Biologist, University of Maryland at College Park
  389. Katie Capkovic, PhD student/ Biological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia
  390. Arthur L. Caplan, Professor, Director Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania
  391. Prof. John Caprio, Dept. of Biological Sciences, LSU
  392. Scott Cardiff, Graduate student, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, Columbia University
  393. Dr. Michael Carey, Professor, evolutionary biologist, Department of Biology - University of Scranton
  394. Michael Carlon, MD, Pathologist, Group Health Co-operative
  395. John Carlson, electrical engineer, Hibbing Public Utilities
  396. Susanne Carlson, healthcare practitioner, author
  397. Andrew Carmichael, student, psychology major
  398. Prof. James Carmine, Director of Philosophy Program, Associate Professor, Dept of Theology & Philosophy, Carlow Univ.
  399. Jennifer Carr, Brown University
  400. Steven M Carr, Professor of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  401. Dr. James Carroll, professor emeritus
  402. Sean Carroll, Asst. Professor, Physics Department, University of Chicago
  403. Ethan Carruthers, Geneticist and Pharmacy Student, Minnesota
  404. Phillip Schuyler Carskaddan, Retired Professional Structural Engineer
  405. Allan Carstens, Project Management Training Consultant
  406. Steven Caruso, PhD, Lecturer, UMBC, Dept. of Biological Science
  407. Marcos Carvalho, graphic designer
  408. Claire Carver, Researcher, Carver Marine Consulting
  409. Dave Casper, Veterinarian, University of California at Santa Cruz
  410. Sarina Cassro, Environmental Scientist, Stantec Consulting Corporation
  411. Stu Casteel, Engineer, EGT
  412. Marie Castle, Communications Director, Atheists For Human Rights
  413. Luis Castro, Chemist
  414. Ana Maria Castrucci, Senior Scientist, Biology, University of Virginia
  415. Doran Catlin, A student at Teachers College, Columbia University
  416. Michael Cavanaugh, Past President, Institute on Religion in an Age of Science
  417. Gerardo Ceballos, Professor, Institute of Ecology, National University of Mexico
  418. Dr. Salvatore Ceccarelli, barley breeder
  419. Linda Cendes, Graduate student of Behavior, Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, University of Maryland
  420. Connie Cepko, Professor of Genetics, Investigator of Howard Hughes Medical Institute, member NAS
  421. Gustavo C Cerqueira, PhD - Post-doctoral fellow - Dept of Cell Biology Molecular Genetics - Univ. Maryland
  422. Mark Chaet, actor/writer
  423. John H. Chalmers, Ph.D., astrobiologist/prebiotic chemist, UCSD
  424. Bette Chambers, president emerita, American Humanist Association
  425. Robert Chan, student, Purdue University - Agricultural & Biological Engineering
  426. Zoe Chance, doctoral student doing psychology research, Harvard University
  427. Brian Chang, UC Berkeley student
  428. Florence Chapgier, artist, peace activist
  429. Gene Charleton, Senior Science Writer, Texas Engineering Experiment Station
  430. Andrew Charman, physicist, U.C. Berkeley
  431. Steve Charman, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Florida International University
  432. Avik Chatterjee, Medical Student at UNC-Chapel Hill
  433. Marian Chau, Graduate Student, Botany Department, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
  434. Swarat Chaudhuri, Doctoral candidate, Department of computer and information science, University of Pennsylvania
  435. Linda Chavez, LMT
  436. Angela Cheadle, high school biology teacher, Cleveland City Schools
  437. Lei Chen, Ph.D., Los Alamos National Laboratory
  438. Marc Cherbonnier, A sentient being, therefore NOT a Republican, web editor, Baltimore Chronicle
  439. Kearby Chess, Concerned Student, R. A. Long H.S., Longview, Washington
  440. Eugene Chiang, Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  441. Dr. Hillel Chiel, Professor of Biology, Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
  442. Francis V. Chisari, Professor, The Scripps Research Institute, Member National Academy of Sciences
  443. Avinash Chitnis, Engineer, Zhone Technologies, Inc.
  444. Dr. Borun Dev Chowdhury, Physics Department, The Ohio State University
  445. Dr. Timothy Chowns, professor of geology, University of West Georgia
  446. Larry Christensen, CHMM, Senior Environmental Consultant, LC Consulting, Ltd.
  447. Shelby Christian, Teacher
  448. Mary Christofferson, Engineer/Manager
  449. John H. Christy, Ph.D., Biologist
  450. Ted Chu, Regional Wildlife Manager, Idaho Dept of Fish & Game, retired
  451. Scott Chulokute, University of Hawaii
  452. Lu Chun-Chiao, Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade, NY
  453. Kate Ciembronowicz, researcher
  454. Prof. Olivier Civelli, UC Irvine
  455. Matthew Civiletti, Biomedical engineering student, The College of New Jersey
  456. Lark Claassen, Faculty member, Biology Department, UMBC
  457. Keith Clanton, M.S., Plant Ecologist/Florida Division of Forestry
  458. Alan Clark, Physician Assistant
  459. Betty Clark, Amateur Naturalist and Bright
  460. Howard Clark, Co-owner, Twinrocker Handmade Paper
  461. Steven Clark, AP Biology and Marine Science Teacher, South Brunswick High School
  462. Ileana Clavijo, Associate Professor, Dept of Biology and Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  463. Scott Clay-Poole, Ph.D., Cenozoic Pollen Palaeoecologist
  464. Robert Clayton, Professor Emeritus, Enrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago, Member NAS
  465. Dr. Joseph M. Cleary, Assoc. Director, Sciences R&D, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego
  466. Dr. Patricia Cleary, postdoctorate researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
  467. Debra Cleaver, Medical Biller, Dialysis lab
  468. Dr. Elsa Cleland, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
  469. Sharon Clennensen, UF Entomology
  470. Dr. Lawrence Clos, Assistant Biochemistry Researcher, UW-Madison
  471. Cory Close, College Student - UW Madison
  472. Anita L. Clothier, student, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
  473. Vicki Cobb, children's science book author (over 90 books)
  474. Todd Cochrane, Prof. of Math., Kansas State Univ.
  475. Ann Morris Cockrell, San Antonio, Texas NEISD Public School Science Teacher
  476. Leroy Cockrell, Retired Industrial Manager
  477. John Coffin, American Cancer Society Research Professor, Tufts University, Member, NAS
  478. Julie Cohan, High School Biology Teacher, North Ridgeville High School
  479. Dr.Rabbi Bruce Mark Cohen, International Co-Director, Interns For Peace
  480. Itai Cohen, Associate Professor of Physics, Cornell University
  481. Jonah Cohen, museum educator
  482. Philippe S. Cohen, Ph.D., Administrative Director, Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University
  483. Sarah Cohen, San Francisco State University
  484. Dr. Stephen B. Cohen, Ph.D. (retired)
  485. Dr. Nancy Cohen Oderkirk, Dept. of Molecular Biosciences, University of Kansas
  486. Theodore Cohn, Professor School of Optometry and Department of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley
  487. Dr. Alison Coil, Hubble Space Telescope Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Arizona
  488. Joy Coker, researcher, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
  489. James Colbert, Associate Professor of Biology and Undergraduate Biology Program Coordinator, Iowa State University
  490. Prof. Theo Colborn, Environmental Health Analyst, University of Florida, Department of Zoology, Gainesville
  491. Dennis Colby, Science Dept Chair, Central Valley High School
  492. Ilsa Coleman, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  493. Rosalind Coleman, Associate Chair and Professor of Nutrition, UNC-Chapel Hill
  494. Stephen Coleman, Graduate Student, Department of Physics, College of William and Mary
  495. William Coleman, Professor and Chair of Chemistry, Wellesley College
  496. L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D, Prof. Department of Computer Science, UCLA
  497. Prof. Jefferson L Collier, American University of Nigeria
  498. Rachel Collin, Ph.D., Research Scientist
  499. Lisa Collins, Graduate Student, Dept of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California
  500. Dr. Michael John Collins, Chemistry Professor, Viterbo University, La Crosse WI USA
  501. Prof. Scott Collins, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
  502. Terry Collins, Director of Carnegie Mellon University's Institute for Green Oxidation Chemistry
  503. Brad Collis, science writer, Melbourne Australia
  504. Prof. Jorge Colón, Department of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras
  505. Kevin Comerford, Kevin Comerford, Microsoft Corp.
  506. Eugene Commins, Professor Emeritus of Physics, UC, Berkeley. Member, National Academy of Sciences
  507. Sophie Conchon, researcher, INSERM, Universite de Nantes, France
  508. Dr. James Conder, Geophysicist, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University
  509. Patrick Cone, Adjunct Professor, Department of Communication, University of Utah
  510. Eric Conn, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry, UC Davis, member of National Academy of Sciences
  511. Sara Conner, U. of La. @ Lafayette
  512. Chris Connor, Chemist, Kronos Science Laboratory
  513. John Connors, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology, West Virginia Univ.
  514. Clay Cook, NSF
  515. Joseph Cook, Professor of Biology, University of New Mexico
  516. Sue Cook, Ocean Research & Conservation Assoc.
  517. David Cooke, Graduate Student, Physics Dept., University of California @ Berkeley
  518. Margaret Cooney, student, CONS program - University of Maryland
  519. George Cooper, Retired, Chief Flight Operations and Chief Research Pilot, NASA-Ames Research Center
  520. George Cooper, BSME, Amateur Astronomer, Christian
  521. John Cooper, graduate student, Roanoke College, Washington University St. Louis
  522. Robin L. Cooper, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Kentucky
  523. Sandy E. Cooper, Professor, History Department, College of Staten Island - CUNY
  524. Donnie Copeland, University of Akron
  525. Jonathon Corbridge, Geographer, philospher
  526. Jamie Cornelius, Graduate Student, University of California at Davis
  527. Cynthia Correa, Doctoral Student, UT Austin Physics
  528. Sergio Correa de Siqueira, M. Sc. (Geo), Cam, 1984, Londrina, Brazil
  529. Christian Cortes, Graduate Student, University of California-Santa Barbara
  530. Emil Costa, chemist
  531. Emil Costagliola, retired chemist
  532. Carla Patricia Cota, Professor, Columbia Secondary School
  533. Dylan Cotta, Graduate Student, ENS Physics Dept., Paris
  534. Gil Couillard, A veteran public school teacher of 40 years, Saginaw, Michigan
  535. William Coulter, math teacher, retired
  536. Ernest Courant, Distinguished Scientist(Emer), Brookhaven National Laboratory, Member, National Academy of Sciences
  537. Dr. Olivier Coux, PhD, CNRS, France
  538. Tatiana Covington, student, University of Arizona
  539. Dr. Elizabeth Cowles, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Eastern Connecticut State University
  540. Ellis B. Cowling, University Distinguished Professor At-Large; North Carolina State University, Member, NAS
  541. Corey Cox, researcher, University of California Santa Barbara
  542. Randall Cox, 9/11 truth activist
  543. Edward Craig, Voter, Eugene, OR Taxi-Driver
  544. Mary Craighead, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Graduate Student Tulane School of Social Work
  545. Susan Crandall, Occupational Therapist--University of NM alumni
  546. Loch David Crane, Retired professor of Technical Writing
  547. Georgia Bates Creel, Attorney, Treatment on Demand Planning Council, University of California Berkeley
  548. Catherine Critz, Brain Injury Group of Peoria, Illinois
  549. Forrest Crock, Biology Instructor, Tidewater Community College Chesapeake Campus
  550. Christopher James Crockett, graduate student, Lowell Observatory
  551. Howard Casey Cromwell, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Bowling Green State University
  552. Prof. Greg Cronin, Dept. of Biology, University of Colorado
  553. Thomas W. Cronin, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland Baltimore County
  554. Dr. Kenneth G. Crosby, Ed.D., F.A.P.A.
  555. Rodney Croteau, Fellow and Regents' Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Washington State, member NAS
  556. Prof. Arlin Crotts, Department of Astronomy, Columbia University
  557. Buck Crouch, Senior Consultant, The Generalist, Inc.
  558. James F. Crow, Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Member National Academy of Sciences
  559. Elaine Crowell, BA Social Sciences, Carleton University
  560. Dr. Edwin Cruz-Rivera, Director, Marine Sciences, Jackson State University
  561. Kurt Cuffey, Professor of Geography, University of California - Berkeley
  562. Prof. Samuel Cukierman, Loyola University medical School/Physiology
  563. Simon Cullen, Senior honors student in The Philosophy of Science, University of California, Berkeley
  564. Stephen Cumberworth, zoology student, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
  565. Greg Cunningham, Assistant Professor, St. John Fisher College
  566. Dr. Rui M Curado da Silva, Universidade de Coimbra
  567. Prof. Robert Curl, Chemist, Nobel Laureate, Research Professor, University Professor Emeritus, Rice University
  568. Cary Curphy, Operations Research Analyst, US Army
  569. Chad Curran, Regulatory Case Manager, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  570. Paul B. Curtin, Attorney/Science-Math Instructor, Villa Maria College
  571. Jason Curtis, student of Astrophyisics, UC Berkeley / student coordinator, Defend Science
  572. Nancy Curtis, Laboratory Instructor, Bowdoin College
  573. Dr. William Cushman, Research Scientist
  574. Joshua Cutler, Graduate Student in Chemistry at Northwestern University
  575. Joseph Czaja, Chief Pathologist and Medical Director, First Source Laboratory, Fishers, Indiana
  576. Czeslaw Czapla, SQA Engineer, Content Management Associates
  577. Gary Cziko, Professor, Educational Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  578. Renee D'Anna, Child Therapist, Mt. Diablo School District
  579. Vittorio D'Auria, Liceo Physics Teacher, Sarzana Italy
  580. Zeinab Dabbah, MD, internist and medical director
  581. Alan Dadisman, Advanced amateur astronomer, astronomy educator
  582. Jamie Dagg, Filmmaker, Toronto Canada
  583. Connie Peyton Dahlberg, Columbia Univ.
  584. Michael Dahlquist, Philosopher, Västerås, Sweden
  585. Sebastian Dalman, Field Research Paleontologist, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Mass,Amherst
  586. Deborah Dalton, Professor and Director, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Environment, University of Oklahoma
  587. Dr. John Daly, Independent International Development Consultant
  588. Sorin Damian, Biotech Industry
  589. Ellen Damschen, Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, & Marine Biology, Univ of Calif-Santa Barbara
  590. Steve Daniels, M.D.
  591. Azad Daran, socialworker, Sweden
  592. Mark Darlington, Ph.D., Biology Program, Penn State University
  593. Ken Darnell, producer of natural products, sponsor of
  594. Todd Stephen Dart, Major, USAF (ret), Adjunct Biology Instructor
  595. Ananta Bijoy Dash, Student and general secretary, Science and Rationalist Council, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  596. Lawrence Datnoff, Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Florida
  597. Yvonne Datta, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota
  598. Ian Davenport, Xavier University
  599. Janine David, Chemist and Educator
  600. Robert Davidson, Research and Development Engineer at 3M
  601. Barrie L. Davies, FRSC C. Chem
  602. Jonathan Davies, Telecommunications Reliability Engineer
  603. Michael Davies, Senior Research Biologist, Pfizer Inc
  604. Daniel Davis, physics student, Virginia Tech
  605. Dr. Jason Davis, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept of Biology, University of Washington
  606. Jennifer Davis, Nursing student, Texas
  607. Jonathan Duffy Davis, Biologist - Fullerton Arboretum
  608. Dr. Linda L. Davis, Visiting Assistant Professor, Geology Program; Richard Stockton College of NJ
  609. Marc Davis, Professor of Astronomy, UC Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  610. Palul Davis, Engineer-designer, President-Symbio-Sys
  611. Paul Davis, researcher, Pres.-Symbio-Sys
  612. Ted Davis, Design Principal/Architect, Minnesota
  613. Elizabeth D. Davis-Berg, Professor of Biology, Columbia College Chicago
  614. Richard Dawkins, Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, University of Oxford
  615. Dr. Harry Dawson, Nutritionist, United States Department of Agriculture
  616. Natalie Dawson, PhD student, University of New Mexico
  617. Dr. Pieter de Haan, Biology Instructor at Berkeley City College
  618. John Martin de Larios, Independent Consultant
  619. Janet S. de Moor, MPH PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University
  620. Dr. Waldemar de Rijk, Director of Dental Biomaterials Research Division, University of Tennessee Memphis
  621. Joseba De Subijana, Researcher, Marvell Semiconductor Inc - Bloomington Minnesota Research Group
  622. Dr. John M De Vos, Haematologist, University Hospital of Montpellier, France
  623. Prof. Frans de Waal, primatologist, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, member NAS
  624. Mike Dean, systems programmer, Brisbane, Australia
  625. Bill Dearmore, Freelance Writer, www.nobull.ws
  626. Demetri Debe, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Minnesota
  627. Thomas Decloedt, PhD candidate, Oceanography, University of Hawaii
  628. Dr. Mercedita Jamlang del Valle, retired chemist
  629. Brian Delaney, Psychologist
  630. John Dell, Ph.D.(Physics), Physics Teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
  631. Nicholas DeMaio, Counselor and graduate student in Psychology, Naropa University
  632. Dr. Timothy Demko, professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Minnesota Duluth
  633. Michael DeMoney, Sun Labs, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  634. Ewen Denney, Research scientist, NASA Ames Research Center
  635. Patrick Dent, A spokesman for 'Ovine Records' in Cardiff
  636. Andrea DePaola, Quality Control Associate, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Inc
  637. Christopher Deren, Research Center Director, University of Arkansas Rice Research Center
  638. Dr. Paul Derrick, retired professor of social work and amateur astronomer
  639. Ray DeRusse, researcher
  640. Anil Desai, IT Consultant based in Austin, TX
  641. Ravi Desai, Researcher, Stony Brook University
  642. Prof. Stanley Deser, Physics, Brandeis & Caltech, member National Academy of Science
  643. Prof. Roger Desjardins, Technology Departement of university, University Institut of technologie
  644. Dawn Devereaux, Senior Manager, BioAnalytical Testing; BioMarin Pharmaceuticals
  645. Dr. Richard DeVore, Science Educator, Former adjunct faculty member, Rutgers University Graduate School of Education
  646. Dr. Eric W. Dewar, Asst. Professor,Dept. of Biology, Suffolk University
  647. James Joseph DeYonker, Global Patent Counsel, Ranbaxy, Inc.
  648. Mark Deyrup, Research PhD. Entomologist, Archbold Biological Station, Florida
  649. Dr. Angela Dhruvan, Family Physician, Minnesota
  650. Barry Diamond, Rabbi, Temple Emanu-El, Texas
  651. Samuel Diaz Munoz, graduate student at UC Berkeley
  652. Jason Dick, Graduate Student, UC Davis
  653. Dr. Charles Dickinson, Retired Prof., independent scholar, teacher for Beacon Hill Seminars
  654. Gary Dickinson, Ph.S. Candidate, Duke Marine Laboratory
  655. Patsy Dickinson, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Bowdoin College
  656. Theodor Diener, Distinguished. Prof. Emeritus, Univ. Maryland, member NAS
  657. Nicole Dietz, MD/PhD student, Georgetown University
  658. Regis DiGiacomo, Senior Engineer, Marquette University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept
  659. Pamela Dillon, researcher on pesticides
  660. Ronald N. Dimock, Thurman D Kitchin Professor of Biology, Wake Forest University
  661. David Dingman, MS Engineering
  662. Dr. Rodolfo Dirzo, Department Biological Sciences, Stanford, Member of NAS, and of Amer Acad Arts & Sciences
  663. Roger Dittman, Professor of Physics Emeritus, Cal State Fullerton
  664. Dr. Anthony R. Dobrovolskis, planetologist, Lick Observatory, UCSC
  665. Mitchell Doctor, Student/Researcher The University of Rhode Island/Bermuda Institute of Oceanography
  666. Stephanie Dodge, Graduate Student, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Psychology
  667. Ana V. Dodgen, Astronomer, Presenter, Planetarium at Washington State University
  668. Trevor Doerksen, MSc, CEO Media Company, Calgary, Canada
  669. Edd Doerr, Author, former science teacher, President Americans for Religious Liberty
  670. Roy Doi, Distinguished Professor, Molecular & Cellular Biology, Univ. of California, Davis; Member of NAS
  671. Marko Doko, dipl. ing. University of Zagreb
  672. Jim Dole, IT Manager, Cofounder Tricounty Astronomers
  673. Prof. Janet Dolgin, Hofstra University School of Law
  674. Janet L. Dolgin, Dicker Prof. of Health Law, Hofstra Univ. School of Law
  675. Sean Dollard, student in biotech, Athlone Institute of Technology, Dundalk Ireland
  676. Terry Donahey, MT(ASCP), MHS. Clinical Microbiologist(31 yrs, Ret.)
  677. Dr. William Donald, Retired Research Agronomist, USDA Agricultural Research Service
  678. James Donaldson, Adjunct Curator, John C. Warden Herbarium, Dept. of Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State Univ
  679. Dr. Niles Patrick Donegan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Dartmouth Medical School
  680. Melinda Donnelly, graduate student, University of Central Florida
  681. Michael Dorais, Business Analyst, Pacific Gas & Electric Company
  682. Nitya K Doraisamy, Software Engineer
  683. Rebecca Dore, graduate student, Cornell University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biololgy
  684. David Dorn, Composition and Humanities Instructor (Retired), Rochester (MN) Community and Technical College
  685. Dr. Stephen Q. Dornbos, Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  686. Mark Doughty, Health and Safety Officer, Norwich University
  687. Michael Douglas, M.S./Geologist In Training, PSI, Inc.
  688. W. Wesley Dowd, Graduate Student, University of California, Davis
  689. Edward Downe, Social Scientist (Economist) , Professor Emeritus, University of New Haven
  690. Renee Downie, Chemist, Chemistry Centre Western Australia
  691. Arnell Dowret, Producer, Equal Time for Freethought
  692. Allen Doyle, Soil Ecologist, Dept Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, UCSB
  693. Mark Dragovan, Principal Scientist, JPL/Caltech
  694. Bruce T. Draine, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
  695. Dr. Bruce Draper, Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Davis
  696. Dr. Mark Jerome Dreiling, Physicist, retired
  697. David Drejas, student at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, IL
  698. David Dresser, retired technician
  699. Roel Driever, student, Industrial Design, University of Twente
  700. C. Fred Driscoll, Professor, UCSD Physics, Fellow of American Physical Society
  701. Donna Druchunas, Author and freelance editor
  702. Romeo Dublin II, Financial Intelligence Investigator / Union Bank of California
  703. Jean François Dubremetz, Directeur de Recherche CNRS (centre national de la recherche scientifique), FRANCE
  704. Christopher Dugan, Adjunct Professor of Biology, Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood, Colorado
  705. Richard Duhrkopf, Assoc. Prof. of Biology, Baylor University
  706. Dr. Dianne Dulicai, Senior consultant, Creativity Arts Therapy Department, Drexel University
  707. Stacy Dunbar, computer professional
  708. Dr. Nicolas Pierre Dupré, Institut des Matériaux jean Rouxel, France, CNRS
  709. William Dupre, University professor, Dept of Geosciences, University of Houston
  710. Dr. Michael Durako, Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, Univ. N. Carolina Wilmington
  711. Judith Durham, Assoc. Professor of Chemistry, Saint Louis University
  712. Lenore Durkee, Emerita Professor of Biology, Grinnell College
  713. Brian Dvorkin, Physics Teacher/Homewood Flossmoor High School
  714. James Dye, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemistry, Michigan Strate University, Member NAS
  715. Jennifer Dye, Student, University of South Florida
  716. Joseph Dyer, Sr., Mathematician, Retired from Aerospace industry
  717. Alexandra Dylman, student, University of Essex, UK
  718. Lara Eakins, Astronomy Department staff, University of Texas at Ausitn
  719. Noelle Easterday, Student, Anthropology-University of Notre Dame
  720. Bruce R. Ebanks, Professor, Mathematics & Statistics, Mississippi State University
  721. Jessica Eberhard, Assistant Professor-Research, Louisiana State University
  722. George Eberts, Lifelong amateur astronomer, father of three public school students, Ohio
  723. Leigh Echelberger, Virginia Commonwealth University
  724. Dr. Jean Eckerly, Clinical Associate Professor University of Minnesota School of Medicine
  725. Irene Eckstrand, scientist
  726. Dr. David Edelson, Special Asst to the Dean, College of Engineering, Florida A&M-Florida State Univ
  727. Sylvia Anne Edgerton, research scientist in climate change/ cloud radiation physics
  728. Dr. Bengt Edvardsson, Astronomer, Uppsala University, Sweden
  729. John S. Edwards, Prof. Emeritus Biology, Univ. of Washington
  730. Dicey L. Efantis, Senior Clinical Research Assoc
  731. Jane Eggleston, Geologist, Florida
  732. Paul Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies, Stanford University, member NAS
  733. Michael Eiermann, USAF, Retired
  734. Matthew D. Eisaman, Applied Physicist, Palo Alto Research Center
  735. Prof. Herman Eisen, member, National Academy of Sciences;Former President Amer. Assoc. Immunologists
  736. Margaret Eisenberger, teacher, St. Albans High School, Master's in Tropical Ecology, Whitney Harris World Ecology Center,
  737. Robert Eisenman, Member, National Academy of Sciences
  738. Seth Eisenman, Laboratory Technologist - Mayo Clinic
  739. James Eisenstein, Professor of Physics, Caltech. Member of the National Academy of Sciences
  740. Laura Ek, student of OSU in Anthropological Studies
  741. Paul Eklof, Prof. Emeritus of Mathematics, UC Irvine
  742. Julie Ekman, Hydrologist, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  743. Dr. Najib M El-Sayed, Associate Professor of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland
  744. Glenn Elert, Author, hypertextbook.com
  745. Alison Elgart, Professor of Biology, Florida Gulf Coast University
  746. Thomas Elifritz, Director of Research - Formation Inc. - The Information Corporation
  747. Stephen Elledge, The Gregor Mendel Professor of Genetics, Harvard University, Member the National Academy of Sciences
  748. Dr. Thomas Ellen, NIH NRSA Judith Kirschstein Fellow, New York University School of Medicine
  749. Dr. Heidrun C Ellinger, Labhead, Cell biology and Toxicogenomics
  750. Jeff Eltom, Director - Syntec Biofuel Inc.
  751. Richard Emlet, Professor of Biology, Univ. Oregon
  752. Dr. Gerda Endemann, Instructor, Stanford University & Foothill College
  753. JoAnne Engebrecht, Associate Professor; Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Calfornia Davis
  754. S. Walter Englander, Professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics; University of Pennsylvania, member NAS
  755. Brian D. Engler, Advisory Director/Retired Executive Vice President, Military Operations Research Society
  756. Walter Enloe, active citizenship teacher, Graduate School Education Hamline University
  757. Robert Lee Eramia, amateur astronomer, member of American Association of Variable Star Observers
  758. Christoph Erbel, diploma student, Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Munich
  759. Maillot Erick, collaborateur du Laboratoire de Zetetique
  760. Caroline Erickson, student studying GIS (geographic information systems)
  761. David Erickson, Virginia Tech Physics
  762. Wallace G. Ernst, Benjamin Page Professor, Stanford U., Member, National Academy of Sciences
  763. Sidney Eschenbach
  764. Dr. Massimiliano Esposito, Postdoctoral scholar in chemical physics, UC Irvine
  765. Preston Estep, Ph.D., CEO of Longenity Inc.
  766. Douglas Estes, Retired Engineer, BSCS - CalPoly Pomona
  767. Dr. Heather Etchevers, Staff scientist, developmental biology, Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale
  768. Dr. Robert Etges, Curacyte Discovery GmbH, Leipzig, Germany
  769. Jean Etienne, www.futura-sciences.com, journalist, Popular Science, Belgium
  770. Pierre Etienne, M.D., Chief Development Officer, Targanta Therapeutics, Inc.
  771. Sarah JB Evans, Director, The Bridge Medical - New York
  772. Chris Ewels, Nanotechnology Researcher, CNRS, University of Nantes, France
  773. Glenn Ewen, Laboratory Technician, New Jersey City University
  774. Dr. Joshua Faber, NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow, University of illinois at Urbana
  775. Prof. John Falk, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Psychology, Rutgers University
  776. Daniel Fallstrand, student B�ck�ngsgymnasiet, bor�s sweden
  777. Coralie Farlee, Ph.D., sociologist/social policy research
  778. Dr. David Malcolm Farmer, Dean of the Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island
  779. David Farrell, Professor of Physics, Physics Department, Case Western Reserve University
  780. Shervin Fatehi, graduate student, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
  781. Daphne Fautin, Prof. and Curator, Univ. of Kansas, Natural History Museum, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  782. David Federlein, Producer/Musician, Fowlsound Productions
  783. Prof. Maya Federman, Dept. of Economics, Pitzer College
  784. Chuck Fedler, Chuck Fedler, Environmental Specialist, Chugach Support Services
  785. Shirley Fedorak, author
  786. George Feher, Research Professor, University of California, San Diego, member NAS
  787. Gary Feilich, Adjunct Biology Professor/Broward Community College
  788. Rhoda Feinberg, Psychologist
  789. Nicolas Feld, Dr. Ing. at PSA Peugeot-Citro�n, Scientific Directorate Sud), France
  790. Lee Feldman-Redick, retired math professor
  791. Warren Felt, Aerospace Electronics Systems Engineer, Unequivocal Science Supporter
  792. Carol Fenske, Sales Engineer /electronic industries, Minnesota
  793. Susan Fera, software engineer
  794. Brian Ferguson, Businessman/Student Indiana University
  795. Jos� Fernandes, researcher, ITQB-ITQB-Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  796. Roman Fernandez, President - Leftfield Advertising
  797. Dr. Vicente Iranzo Fernandez, Dept. Applied Physics, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya
  798. Juan Eduardo Fernandez-Melo, Clinical Psychologist/Researcher, Spain
  799. Lopez de subijana arechabala Fernando, retired-Repsol.YPF
  800. Joan D. Ferraris, Research Scientist, Washington,DC
  801. Dr. Lara Ferry-Graham, Division of Mathematical & Natural Sciences, Arizona State University
  802. Dr. David Fiedman, Professor of Physiology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
  803. Rick Fienberg, Editor in Chief, Sky & Telescope magazine
  804. Prof. Fernand Henri Fievet, Department of Chemistry, Paris Diderot University
  805. K. E. Filchak, Ph.D. Evolutionary Biology Notre Dame
  806. Dr. Ola Fincke, Professor, Dept. of Zoology, U. of Oklahoma
  807. Adrian Fine, Student, Geography, University of Washington
  808. Susan F. Fink, atheist math tutor
  809. Mark Finkelstein, Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus, Univeristy of California, Irvine
  810. Marilyn Fisher, Research Scientist, Biology Department, University of Virginia
  811. M. Caitlin Fisher-Reid, Graduate Student, Ecology and Evolution, SUNY Stony Brook
  812. Kevin Fitzgerald, Science Writer
  813. Else Fjerdingstad, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in Evolutionary Ecology and Genetics, CUNY
  814. J P Flatt, PhD, Prof EM of Biochemistry, Univ Mass Med School
  815. Pamela Marie Flavin-Dillon, Student of Toxicology
  816. Carol J. Fleck, High School Science Teacher, Ohio
  817. Prof. Gregory L. Florant, Department of Biology, Colorado State University
  818. James S. Foerch, Science educator, Grand Rapids Public Schools
  819. Kevin Folta, Assistant Professor, Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Florida
  820. Arlen Ford, Publisher, FordianVillage.Com
  821. Chris Ford, University of Manchester Dermatology PhD Student
  822. Vickie Ford, Docent: Cleveland Museum Natural History
  823. Jennifer Foreman, graduate student, Pennsylvania State University
  824. Timothy Foret, M.S. Zoology
  825. Barbara Forrest, Professor of Philosophy, Dept. of History and Political Science, Southeastern Louisiana University
  826. Luette Forrest, researcher, UC Irvine, Department of Physiology
  827. Prof. Nels Forsman, Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, University of North Dakota
  828. Theodore Forte, Amateur Astronomer, BBAA
  829. Loren Foss, Education & Policy Manager, Retired
  830. Michael Foster, Professor Emeritus, Marine Scientist, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  831. Nickolaos Fotopoulos, System Analyst, TN
  832. Richard Foushee, President, Hall-Foushee Communications, Inc.
  833. Joseph Fowler, Assistant Professor of Physics, Princeton University
  834. Dr. herbert fox, physicist, educator, Physics Dept, UMass Lowell
  835. John Fox, Anthropologist
  836. Dr. Margaret Fraiser, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  837. Paula Fraiser, Retired Georgia public school science educator
  838. Charles Fraley, Operations Manager, Dept. of Oceanography, Univ. of Hawaii
  839. Urbano L Franca, PhD Student - Universidad de Valencia, Spain
  840. Valerie Franck, Assistant Professor of Biology, Hawaii Pacific University
  841. Trane Francks, localization software engineer, Tokyo, Japan
  842. Peter C. Frank, biology teacher, Many Farms High School, Arizona
  843. Peter Frank, Prof. of Biology Emeritus, Univ. of Oregon
  844. Anamarija Frankic, Assistant Professor, UMASS/EEOS
  845. Stan Franklin, Interdiciplinary Research Professor, Institute for Intelligent Systems, the University of Memphis
  846. Dr. W. Trent Franks, Staff NMR Spectroscopist, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  847. Amy Franz, Environmental Analyst
  848. Amy Fredericks, Astronomer, government employee
  849. Morgan Fredericks
  850. Monique Fredline, teacher
  851. Dr. Leonard Freed, Director, Hakalau Forest Biological Field Station, University of Hawaii
  852. Larry Freeman, B.S., Cognitive Science, UCLA
  853. Richard Freund, Student/Kenyon College
  854. Andrea Frey, Graduate Student UNH
  855. Peter Samuel Fricano, Astronomy Dept. Lick Observatory UCSC
  856. Willem Friesema, Computer Programmer
  857. David Fritzinger, Associate Professor, Natural Products & Cancer Biology, Cancer Research Center of HI
  858. Otto Froehlich, Associate Professor, Dept. of Physiology, Emory University
  859. Gregory Fuchs, evolution science activist
  860. Denise Fuentes, graduate student, Social Work & Mental Health, University of Illinois
  861. Jathan Fuentes, musician
  862. Dr. Shigeki Fujiwara, Department of Materials Science, Kochi University
  863. Lawrence Fuller, BS Geosciences U of AZ , MBA AZ State U
  864. Dr. Michael Fuller, ecologist at the Institute for Environmental Modeling, University of Tennessee
  865. Michael Fuller, Professor Emeritus UCSB; Researcher, Univ of Hawai`i
  866. Vaughn D. Fuller, retired mathematics teacher, Maine
  867. Dennis Fung, manager, Telecom, The New Republic
  868. Marosh Furimsky, Westminster College
  869. Stephen Gabow, Prof. emeritus, Anthropology, San Francisco State University
  870. Diego Gabrieli, Mechanical Engineer, Member of the Union of Concerned Scientists
  871. Michelle V Gadush, Research Associate, Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Texas at Austin
  872. Stephanie Gage, researcher, Neurobiology, University of Arizona
  873. Betsy H. Gagne, Biologist, Honolulu, HI
  874. David Galbraith, Professor of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona
  875. Heather Galindo, Graduate Student, Stanford University
  876. Gavin Gallagher, Musician
  877. Louise Gallanda, Retired educator
  878. Geoffrey Gallo, Aerospace Research Engineer, Sugar Shot to Space
  879. Antonio J. Galvan-Flamenco, Researcher-Educator
  880. Alison Gammie, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University
  881. Bhavesh Gandhi, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept of Chemistry
  882. Dr. Nick Ganim, researcher
  883. Arthur Gans, Anglican Priest & Ethicist
  884. Jeff Gansberg, Technical Author, Electronics Design Software Company
  885. Ann o'neal Garcia, author, retired teacher
  886. Manuel Garcia, Jr., retired UC/DOE physicist
  887. Dr. George Gardner, Research Associate, Dept of Environmental Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts
  888. Peter Gardner, Emeritus Prof. of Anthropology, Univ. of Missouri
  889. Phillip Michael Garfin, MD PhD, Resident Physician, University of Chicago Hospitals
  890. Mike Garnsey, A.P. Biology/Chemistry Teacher, Watertown City Schools
  891. Douglas Garofalo, architect/professor FAIA
  892. Karen Garrison, research scientist, University of NH, Climate Change Research Center
  893. Lee Gary, Ph.D. Researcher, Colorado
  894. Rebecca Gasper, Graduate student; Dept. of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park
  895. John E Gastineau, Ph.D., Vernier Software & Technology (maker of science education tools)
  896. Dr. Alina Gearba, Prof. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southern Mississippi
  897. Tomas Gedeon, Professor of Mathematics, Montana State University
  898. Fred Gehlbach, Emeritus Prof. of Biology and Environmental Studies, Baylor University
  899. Dr. Neil Gehrels, astrophysicist at NASA
  900. Robert Gehrsitz, Chief Electronics Engineer with a branch of the DoD
  901. Stefan Geier, graduate student (physics & astronomy), service observer & night assistant, Wendelstein Observatory
  902. Christina Geierman, Marine Biologist, University of Oregon
  903. Molly Geiger, High School Researcher at UW, Roosevelt High School, Seattle
  904. Prof. Jonathan Geller, Invertebrate Zoology and Marine Science, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  905. Robert Gellert, Retired Laser Physicist
  906. Ann Geoffrion, retired, Foothill/DeAnza Community College District
  907. Dr. Justin Avery Georgi, Assist. Prof., Dept. of Anatomy, Midwestern University
  908. Matthias Georgii, student, LMU Munich
  909. Jean Gerard, college teacher and daughter of high school geology professor
  910. Brian Gerke, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cosmology, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
  911. Dr. Peter Germroth, Biologist, Lecturer at Hillsborough Community College
  912. Prof. B. C. Gerstein, Dept. Chemistry, Iowa State University
  913. Brendan Gesley, student
  914. Maureen Gesley, Student at University of Wisconsin-Madison
  915. Gita Ghadimi, OD / Clinical Research Specialist
  916. Dr. John Gianatasio, Dentist, Florida
  917. Jessica Gibbs, student, American Studies, UC Berkeley
  918. Kenneth Gibson, science teacher
  919. Nicholas J Gibson, PhD, Researcher, Neurobiology, University Of Arizona
  920. Dr. Jeffrey Gidday, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Cell Biology & Physiology, and Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
  921. Steven B. Giddings, Professor of Physics, UC Santa Barbara
  922. Alexis Gil Gonzales, Technology Consultant/www.gilgonzales.net, Brussels
  923. Scott F. Gilbert, Professor of Biology, Swarthmore University
  924. Scott Gilbert, Physician Assistant
  925. Dr. Tom Gilbert, Evolutionary Biologist, University of Arizona
  926. Wayne Gill, A science amateur, Victoria, BC, Canada
  927. David Gillett, senior network engineer, Foothill-DeAnza College
  928. Prof. Rhanor Gillette, Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Univ. Illinois at Urbana
  929. Bruce Gillis, Jr., Long Time Federal Employee (retired)
  930. Don Gilmore, Software Designer, Science Writer
  931. John Girard Jr., Pedagogue, Plainville High School, CT
  932. Dr. Tyler Gladding, Independent Researcher
  933. Brian Glanz, Software Developer, Seattle
  934. Filson Glanz, Professor Emeritus of ECE at UNH
  935. Donald A. Glaser, PhD., Nobel Laureate in Physics (1960), Prof. of Physics & of Neurobiology, UC Berkeley
  936. Leonard B. Glick, Prof. of Anthropology, Emeritus, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA
  937. Laurie Glimcher, Dean and Provost of Medical Affairs, Weill Cornell Medical Colleage, member of NAS
  938. Michael Glinzak Jr, Oil & Gas Engineer, State of CA
  939. Mario Gliozzi, researcher, Physics & Astronomy Dept., George Mason University
  940. Francis Glosser, Ph.D., Consultant,Technical Writer
  941. Dr. Claiborne Glover III, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Georgia
  942. David Gluck, Founder of The Skeptic Friends Network
  943. Dr. Tilman Gocht, Postdoctoral researcher at Center for Applied Geosciences, University of Tuebingen
  944. Dr. Genevieve Goetz, researcher, Strasbourg University
  945. Stephen Goff, Higgins Professor of Biochemistry, Columbia University, member NAS
  946. Elizabeth Goka, Senior Research Associate in Biotech Industry
  947. Dr. Jay Gold, Assistant Clinical Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin
  948. Warren Gold, Professor of Medicine, UCSF
  949. Lynn Goldman, MD, MPH; Professor, Environmental Health Sciences; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  950. Samantha Goldman, First Year Environmental Studies Major at Mount Holyoke College
  951. Chris Goldthorpe, John Galt (psuedonym), Chess Trainer, Florida
  952. Michael Golowka, Software Developer
  953. Dr. Sunil Golwala, assistant professor of physics, California Institute of Technology
  954. Dr. George Gomez, Assistant Professor, Biology Dept,, University of Scranton
  955. Stephen Gomez, PhD, Environmental Toxicologist
  956. Prof. Enrique Gomezdelcampo, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, BGSU
  957. Francisco M Goncalves, Astronomy graduate student, Oporto Science Faculty, Portugal
  958. Elizabeth Gonsiorowski, Student, Brooklyn Law School
  959. Paul Gonzalez, Estimator for a systems company
  960. Dr. Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, CNRS, France
  961. Andr�s Gonz�lez Cant�, researcher, Monterrey, MX
  962. Ron Good, Prof. Emeritus, Science Education, FSU, AAAS Fellow & Former Editor, Journal of Research in Science
  963. Rita Goodall, Chemist
  964. Major Goodman, Professor of Crop Science, North Carolina State, member of NAS
  965. Ronald Goodman, Chief Executive, Eyes Wide Open International
  966. Jack Goody, Emer Prof Social Anthropology, Univ of Cambridge, Fellow British Acad, member NAS
  967. Jay Gopalakrishnan, Professor of Mathematics, University of Florida
  968. Dr. Gerald Gordon, Retired Chemical Engineer
  969. Dr. Miriam F. Levy Gordon, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  970. Dr. Robert W. Gore, Professor, Dept. of Physiology, University of Arizona, College of Medicine
  971. Boyd Gormley, researcher, St. Louis University
  972. Jennifer Gormley, Senior Scientist, Pfizer Global R & D
  973. Roderic Gorney, Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA
  974. Jessica Gorzo, Physics Student, Virginia Tech
  975. Jonathan Z. Gottlieb, Ph.D., Leadership and Organization Consultant
  976. Linda J. Gould, Librarian Emeritus, University of Washington, Seattle
  977. Sam Gould, M.D., Board Certified Psychiatrist in Clinical Practice since 1970.
  978. Lindsey Gouvin, EcoTarium (Museum) educator
  979. Judith Grabiner, Professor of Mathematics, Pitzer College, Claremont, California
  980. Dr. Terry Graff, Graff Law Office Incorporated, Minnesota
  981. David Gragert, Lover of Learning, Editorial Assistant, Society of Petroleum Engineers
  982. Dr. Catherine Graham, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  983. Howard Graham, President, Viam Pac Inc.
  984. Matt Graham, Graduate Student, College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
  985. Dr. Michael H. Graham, Assistant Professor, Moss Landing Marine Labs
  986. Nathan Grange, Learning Centre Coordinator, Auckland, New Zealand
  987. Dori Grasso, Former science teacher
  988. Dr. Edward Green, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University
  989. Fred Green, Software Engineer, Minnesota
  990. Kenneth Green, Software Engineer
  991. Prof. Michael Green, City College of New York
  992. Dr. Neil Green, Vanderbilt Medical School
  993. Dr. Steven Green, Professor of Biology, University of Miami
  994. Charles R. Greene, President, C. Greene & Assoc; Director, Energy Industry Studies, APTECH Engineering services, Inc
  995. Marianna Greene, student, University of Minnesota
  996. Marjorie Greene, Learning from Earthquakes Program Manager, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
  997. Robert Greene, Principal Software Engineer
  998. William Greenough, Swanlund and CAS Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  999. Iva Greenwald, member, National Academy of Sciences
  1000. Joann Greenwell, retired teacher, concerned citizen
  1001. Jason Andrew Gregory, Radiation Therapist
  1002. Jeremy Gregory, Research Scientist, MIT
  1003. Prof. Uwe Greife, Colorado School of Mines
  1004. Kristen Gremillion, Associate Professor Department of Anthropology, The Ohio State University
  1005. Randy Griffin, Industrial Engineer
  1006. Prof. Sue Griffin, Department of Geriatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  1007. Dr. Gary Griggs, Director Institute of Marine Sciences UCSC
  1008. David Grigoryan, science defender, owner of the Metal Magic inc.
  1009. Rev. Benjamin Grimes, Esq. Oregon State University
  1010. Robert Gritz, teacher, UFT-AFofL-CIO, Staten Island
  1011. David Groisser, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida
  1012. Wulfila Gronenberg, University of Arizona / Neurobiology
  1013. Dr. Arnaud Grosjean, Ecole des Mines de Paris
  1014. Charles Gross, Professor, Department of Psychology, Princton University, member NAS
  1015. Jane D. Gross, community activist and volunteer, Miami, Florida
  1016. Daniel Grove, Researcher / University of Sydney
  1017. James Robb Grover, Retired from Brookhaven National Laboratory
  1018. James Groves, Ph.D, Retired Research Chemist, 3M Co.
  1019. Dustin Growick, Graduate student, researcher, Cultural Anthropology, gallery coordinator Arizona Science Center
  1020. Dr. Samuel Gruber, Professor, Marine Biology and Fisheries University of Miami
  1021. Adam Gruca, Electrical Engineer from the University of Illinois
  1022. Daniel Gruen, student of Physics, LMU Munich
  1023. Prof. Raphael Gruener, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona
  1024. Sean Gryger, undergrad studying Biology and Geology at a state college in New Jersey
  1025. Philipp Grötsch, LMU Munich
  1026. Roger Guay, Boeing Technical Fellow (retired)
  1027. Snorri Gudmundsson, Aerodynamicist, Cirrus Design Corporation
  1028. Romain Guerreiro, PhD, BioGeoSciences, Université de Bourgogne, France
  1029. Giovanna Guerrero, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
  1030. Danielle Guetta, Retired Prof. Mathematiques, Paris
  1031. Roger Guillemin, MD,PhD, Nobel laureate in Medicine & Physiology 1977, Member National Academy of Sciences
  1032. Michael Gurnis, Professor of Geophysics, California Institute of Technology
  1033. Sridhar Gutam, Directorate of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research, Anand, Gujarat, India
  1034. Joseph H. Guth, PhD, Cert, Industrial Hygienist, Strongly pro-science and former university professor and academic resear
  1035. Dr. Dennis Gwynn, University of Maryland University College biological science [ret]
  1036. Severin Habisreutinger, LMU Munich Department of Physics
  1037. Michael G. Hadfield, Professor of Zoology, University of Hawaii
  1038. S Hadler, ACSW, secondary school science educator
  1039. Daniel Haertl, Student, Department for Physics, University of Munich
  1040. K.Cyrus Haery, M.D., Physician
  1041. Cecilia Hagerhall, Assoc. Prof, Dept. of Biochemistry, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
  1042. Linda Hagge, English Instructor, Iowa State University
  1043. Dr. Sharon Hagopian, Research Scientist, Dept. of Physics, Florida State University
  1044. Carolin Hahn, student, department of physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit�t Munich
  1045. Dr. C. Maxwell Hair, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochem., Kennesaw State University
  1046. George Hale, Part time Instructor at University of West Georgia
  1047. Edric Haleen, Mathematics/Science Teacher, Michigan
  1048. Yair Halevi, M.Sc. Computer Science, Tel Aviv University
  1049. Sylvia L. Halkin, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Central Connecticut State University
  1050. Gregory Hall, Principle Biomedical Systems Safety Engineer, Minnesota
  1051. Humanist Hall, Oakland, CA
  1052. Robert Hall, Retired Army Physician
  1053. Dr. Samuel W. Hall, Damarco Solutions
  1054. Timothy Hall, medical anthropologist, post-doctoral fellow, University of Chicago
  1055. Dr. Mark A. Hallett, Assistant Research Professor of Medicine, Indiana University
  1056. Henry Halpern, Consultant, TechniCounseling
  1057. Davidson Hamer, MD, Center for International Health and Development, Boston University
  1058. Prof. Andrew J. S. Hamilton, JILA, U. Colorado
  1059. Lt Col. James & Mrs Grizel Hamilton, Parents of 2 eminent scientists,1 An astro-physicist & 2 a bio chemist researcher into Rice
  1060. Eugene Hammel, Prof. emeritus, Demography and Anthropology, Univ. of Calif., Berkeley. Member NAS
  1061. Bruce D. Hammock, Distinguished Professor of Entomology & Cancer Research Center Director, UC Davis
  1062. Lawrence L. Hammond, California Univ of Penna. BS in education, major biology
  1063. Jeremy Hampton, Educator (rtd.)
  1064. Philip Hanawalt, Professor of Biology, Stanford University, member National Academy of Sciences
  1065. Hart Hancock, IT technician, University Library, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1066. Sharon Handy, Science Center Content Developer, Hands On! Inc.
  1067. Shana Hanes, Graduate Student, Auburn University
  1068. Douglas Haney, Biointeractive Health Psychologist, author
  1069. Julia Hanneman, student, George Mason University
  1070. Cole Hannon, Sr. Clinical Research Manager, Minnesota
  1071. Finnian Edward Hanrahan, geneticist, Trinity College Dublin
  1072. Dr. Anne Hansen, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
  1073. Jeramy Hansen, graduate student, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Labs
  1074. John Hansen, science writer
  1075. April Hansgate, Researcher, Kent State University
  1076. Linda M Hanson, Superintendent (ret), Township High School District 113
  1077. Loretta Hanson, Concerned citizen
  1078. Westley Hanson, manager, General Mills
  1079. Donna Haraway, Professor, History of Consciousness Dept, Univ of Calif at Santa Cruz
  1080. James C. Harberson, III, Attorney, Arizona
  1081. Dr. Upendra Harbola, Postdoc Researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine
  1082. Dr. Mark E. Harder, Faculty Research Associate, Oregon State U.
  1083. J. Scott Hargis, Attorney
  1084. Dr. Richard L. Harlow, Managing Member: Harlow, LC
  1085. Jay R. Harman, Professof of Geography, Michigan State University
  1086. Harriet Harmon, Teacher, Los Angeles School District
  1087. Prof. James Harris, Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, Stanford University
  1088. Mary Harris, Entomologist, Iowa State University
  1089. Michael Harris, grad student, Dept of Chemistry, Columbia University
  1090. Suzanne Harris, Retired classroom teacher
  1091. Dr. Brian Curtis Hart, Astrophysicist
  1092. John Harte, Professor, Energy and Resources Group, UC Berkeley
  1093. Mary Ellen Harte, Ph. D., Rocky Mt. Biological Laboratory
  1094. Daniel Hartline, Director, Bekesy Laboratory of Neurobiology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  1095. Frank C Hartzell, retired structural engineer
  1096. Alice Harvey, Astronomer, San Diego Astronomy Association
  1097. Todd Harvey, business owner, bigenuf
  1098. Prof. Robert Hatcher, Research Scientist in Tectonics and Structural Geology, University of Tennessee
  1099. Elaine Hatfield, Professor of Psychology, University of Hawaii
  1100. Wilhelmina Hathaway, Professor, Riverside Community College
  1101. David Ryan Hausner, Undergrad Physics Student, Florida State University
  1102. Alexander Hawk, Physics Graduate Student, University of Texas, Austin
  1103. Lane Haygood, a law student at Baylor University,
  1104. Dr. Vance Haynes, Regents Professor Anthropology, Geosciences, University of Arizona, member NAS
  1105. Ray Hazen, Staff Engineer USF Center for Ocean Technology
  1106. Brian Hazlett, Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
  1107. Dr. Harold Heatwole, Prof. Dept. Zoology, North Carolina State University
  1108. Michael J. Hebert, Environmental Consultant
  1109. Alan Heckathorn, worked career in electronics field
  1110. Elizabeth Heckmaier, Physics Major at University of California, Berkeley
  1111. Taylor Hedberg, student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NC State University
  1112. Martha J. Heil, writer, Greenbelt, MD
  1113. Prof. Carl Heiles, Astronomy Department, UC Berkeley
  1114. Prof. Ulrich Heinz, Physics department, The Ohio State University
  1115. Dr. Andreas Hejnol, Zoologist & Developmental Biologist at the University of Hawaii
  1116. Richard Held, Professor emeritus, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
  1117. Eric Heller, Professor of Physics and Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University, member NAS
  1118. Nick Heller, Graduate student, Physics Department, University of California, Davis
  1119. Richard Helling, Auburn University
  1120. Kristin Hendershot, Virginia Tech Society of Physics Students, Astrophysics Researcher
  1121. Scotty Henderson, CSU Fullerton
  1122. L, Joseph Hendricks, Prof emeritus, Dept of Biological Science, San Jose State University
  1123. Aik Roy Heng, Researcher
  1124. Deborah Pearl Henkin, Attorney, Brooklyn, NY
  1125. Prof. Marc Henry, Chemistry Department, Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
  1126. Stephanie Henry, Anthropology Student, Massey University New Zealand
  1127. Leonard Henry III, Student Researcher, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
  1128. Dr. Harvey Herman, Optometrist
  1129. Eve Herold, science writer, author of Stem Cell Wars and the forthcoming A Flight from Reason
  1130. Elwood Herring, Elwood Herring, composer & poet
  1131. Prof. Dudley Herschbach, Dept of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard, Nobel laureate (1986)
  1132. Julien Hershey, member AHA
  1133. John C. Herzberg, Mid Rivers Ethical Society
  1134. Rev. Jean Ellen Herzegh, Legacy Emanuel Hospital and HealthCenter, Oregon
  1135. Jillian Hesse, Student, Researcher, Bermuda Insitute of Ocean Science, University of Rhode Island
  1136. Dr. John Hessel, California
  1137. Tom Heuerman, Ph.D. Organizational Consultant
  1138. Dr. Christopher Heward, President - Kronos Science Laboratory
  1139. Tucker Hiatt, Director of Wonderfest
  1140. Lisa Hickey, Graduate Student, Columbia University
  1141. Carole Hickman, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  1142. William R. Higa, Associate Professor (Retired), Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Hilo
  1143. Claude Hildebrand, retired engineer, CALTECH Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  1144. John G. Hildebrand, Regents Professor of Neurobiology, University of Arizona
  1145. Dr. Anna M. Hill, Associate Professor of Biology, University of Louisiana at Monroe
  1146. John W. Hill, Prof. Emeritus, Chemistry, Univ. of Wisconsin-River Falls
  1147. William Hillis, Cornelia Marschall Smith Distinguished Professor of Biology, Baylor University
  1148. Robert Allen Hipskind, Directeur de Recherche CNRS, Molecular Genetics Institute of Montpellier
  1149. Maximilian Hirschfeld, Univerity of Salzburg, Austria
  1150. Prof. Jay Hirsh, Department of Biology, University of Virgina
  1151. Dr. Joseph Hirshfeld, University of Arizona/Nevada, Las Vegas
  1152. Ann Hite, teacher
  1153. Margaret Ho, Undergraduate Joint Biology-Chemistry major at Harvey Mudd College
  1154. Ngoc-Nhung Ho, Undergraduate student in astrophysics at U.C. Berkeley
  1155. Michael F. Hochella, Jr., Professor of Biogeochemistry, Virginia Tech
  1156. Dr. Guy Hoelzer, University of Nevada, Reno
  1157. John Hoey, Software engineer / Qualcomm
  1158. Vickie Hoey, Tutor, K-12
  1159. Jordan Hofer, Adjunct Instructor of Anthropology, Oregon State and Western Oregon Universities
  1160. Asa Hoffman, Co-Owner of Daughters of Isis, inc.
  1161. Dr. F. Owen Hoffman, Environmental Scientist and President, SENES Oak Ridge, Inc., Center for Risk Analysis
  1162. Gregory Hoffman, Fishery Biologist - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Kootenai River
  1163. Pierre Hohenberg, Senior Vice Provost for Research, New York University, member NAS
  1164. Dr. Jay R. Hoinville, CEO Euxine Technologies, LLC
  1165. Steffen Lund Hokland, MSc, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Aarhus
  1166. Noel Michele Holbrook, Professor, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
  1167. Brad Lee Holian, Laboratory Associate, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Fellow of the American Physics Society
  1168. Karen Holl, Professor of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1169. Dr. Brenden Holland, Center for Conservation Research and Training, University of Hawaii
  1170. Ivey Holland, Student of Biology at the University of West Georgia
  1171. Dr. Lew Hollander, retired doctor
  1172. Courtney Hollender, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Graduate Student, University of Maryland
  1173. Aram Hollman, public school math teacher, Charlestown High School
  1174. Ralph L. Holloway, Prof. Anthropology, Columbia University
  1175. Prof. Joseph Hollweg, Prof. of Physics, University of New Hampshire
  1176. Eric Holm, Research Scientist, Bethesda MD
  1177. Peter Holm, high school teacher, Minnesota
  1178. Dr. Craig Holman, algorithmist
  1179. Gene Holmerud, Science Bowl Volunteer, graduate, San Diego State, Physics/Electronics
  1180. Courtlin Holt, Graduate Student, Botany - University of Hawaii
  1181. Patrick Holvey, Student Researcher, University of Notre Dame, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  1182. Peter Hom, teacher/world traveller, Minnesota
  1183. David Homorody, Psychologist, Minnesota
  1184. Mickey Hong, Associate Professor of Korean, Los Angeles City College
  1185. Dr. Roger LeB. Hooke, Research Professor, University of Maine
  1186. Nat Hooper, retired, Oxford, Arkansas
  1187. Scott Hooper, Student Worker, Thomas Jefferson University; Department of Cancer Biology
  1188. Dr. Karen Hoover, Attending Physician, NY
  1189. James F. Hopgood, Prof. Emeritus, Anthropology, Northern Kentucky Univ.
  1190. Alexandra Hopkins, Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill
  1191. Gerald Hopkins, Technician, Minnesota
  1192. Dr. Robin Hopkins, Research Specialist, Nutrition Dept., UNCG
  1193. Rachel Horak, Research Assistant, Biological Oceanography, Georgia Tech
  1194. Francis R. Horne, Professor, Biology Department, Texas State University at San Marcos
  1195. Frank Horodyski, Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, Ohio University
  1196. Jeff Horsman, Natural Product Chemist
  1197. Andrew Hosek, Student of Minneapolis community and technical college
  1198. Carly Houlton
  1199. Dr. Stephane Hourdez, Researcher, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
  1200. Leila Hover, D. Med. Human. Drew University, Madison, NJ
  1201. Adolf Hovgaard, Science Teacher Meland Ungdomsskule, Norway
  1202. Peter Hovgaard, College professor in aquaculture, Sogn og Fjordane College, Norway
  1203. Raymond B. Howard, systems analyst
  1204. Rock Howard, Candidate for Texas State Senate, District 14, Austin, Texas
  1205. Francis Howarth, Entomologist, Bishop Museum
  1206. Francis G. Howarth, Entomologist, Bishop Museum, Honolulu,HI
  1207. Dr. Nancy Howarth, Nutrition researcher, Cancer Research Corporation of Hawaii
  1208. David Howe, Researcher, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, Rutgers University
  1209. Dr. Joseph Howell, Professor of Mathematics, Montana St. U-Billings
  1210. Dr. Justin Howell, Postdoc at IPAC, Caltech
  1211. Nicole Howsden, Psych Major From Nebraska
  1212. Ben Yu-Kuang Hu, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Akron
  1213. Edward Hubbard, Cognitive Neuroscientist, INSERM, France
  1214. Christopher Hudalla, Ph.D. - Researcher, Waters Corporation
  1215. Prof. Eric W Hudson, Department of Physics, MIT
  1216. Thomas Huffman, Displaced IT Worker
  1217. Jonathan Hughes, undergraduate student, Virginia Tech Depts. of Physics and Biology
  1218. Ahmed Huhar
  1219. Elaine Hull, professor at Florida State University
  1220. Patricia Hunt, Meyer Distinguished Professor, School of Molecular Biosciences, Washington State University
  1221. Cynthia Hunter, Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii Marine Biologist
  1222. Mary Hunter, Texas Secondary Science Teacher, Dallas
  1223. Dr. Allen Hurlbert, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UC Santa Barbara
  1224. April D. Hussey, Faculty Research Assistant, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland
  1225. James Selamat Hutagalung, department parasitology faculty of medicine University of Airlangga
  1226. Jim Hutchins, Professor of Health Sciences at Weber State University
  1227. Deborah A. Hutchinson, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Old Dominion University
  1228. Peter Huybrechts, Secondary Mathematics Educator, Greater Hartford Academy of Mathematics and Science
  1229. Dr. A. Kimberly Iafolla, MD
  1230. Timothy Iafolla, Research Consultant with the National Institutes of Health
  1231. Jessica Ann Ice, anthropology student at Kansas State University
  1232. Teresa Iglesias, Animal Behavior graduate student at the University of California at Davis
  1233. Matthias Ihl, PhD student, Department of Physics, University of Texas at Austin
  1234. Karen Imfeld, Staff Scientist, Children's Hospital of Orange County
  1235. Olafur Ingolfsson, professor of geology, University of Iceland
  1236. Dr. David W. Inouye, Professor of Biology, University of Maryland
  1237. Megan Ireland, Student at University of Minnesota
  1238. Virginia Irwin, State Director Career and Technical Education, NH
  1239. John L. Isbell, Professor, Department of Geosciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  1240. Reid Isberg, Engineer, Minnesota
  1241. TL. Ische, Retired Science Teacher, Burnsville School District, Minnesota
  1242. Dr. Diana Issidorides, Senior Scientist & Exhibition Developer / science center NEMO
  1243. Paula Ivey Henry, Ph.D., Harvard School of Public Health
  1244. Tunc A Iyriboz, Associate Professor and Member, M. Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Cornell Medical College
  1245. Magnolia Izquierdo, interpreter, Guilford County School ,NC, concerned citizen, a thinker
  1246. Prof. Jon Jacklet, Department Biology, University at Albany
  1247. Lilia Jackman, research technician, oceanography, Bermuda
  1248. Brenda Jackson, Research Specialist, University of Arizona Plant Sciences Department
  1249. Donald Jackson, Professor of Physiology, Brown University
  1250. Doris Jackson, AHA, FFRF, Secular Coalition for America
  1251. Kate Jackson, Assistant Professor, Dept of Biology, Whitman College
  1252. Stephen T. Jackson, Professor of Botany, University of Wyoming
  1253. Paula Jacobs, higher educ. administration and counseling, Cornell University
  1254. Rudolf Jaenisch, Professor of Biology, Whitehead Institute and Mass. Institute of Technology, member of NAS
  1255. Andre Jagendorf, Professor Emeritus, Plant Biology Department, Cornell University
  1256. Prof. C. Jain, Palomar College
  1257. Vaibhav Jain, Research assistant /Virginia Tech
  1258. Prof. Eric Jakobsson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  1259. Nathan James, Business Owner - Natann Computer Consulting
  1260. Heather Jamniczky, University of Calgary
  1261. Andrea Jani, Graduate Student, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1262. David Janovy, Professor Emeritus, Sociology and Gerontology, Minnesota State University Mankato
  1263. Adam Jansen, Masters of Science in Biology at Bowling Green State University
  1264. Hugh Janus, Postgraduate student, Universiteit Maastricht, The Netherlands
  1265. Mark Jarosinski, President and CSO; Midwest Bio-Tech Inc
  1266. Dr. Jean-Nicolas Jasmin, postdoctoral researcher, CNRS, France
  1267. Prof. Marcel Jaspars, Department of Chemistry, Aberdeen University, Scotland
  1268. Brian Jauch, Graduate Student, Dept. of Computer Science, Columbia University
  1269. Reed W Javis, Retired NPS Regional Chief Ranger
  1270. Bruce Jayne
  1271. Gerard Jean, retired college teacher
  1272. Richard Jefferys, Treatment Action Group
  1273. Christopher Jekeli, Professor of Geodetic Science, Ohio State University
  1274. Alton Jenkins, Retired Information Technologist and Concerned Citizen, Ohio
  1275. Anna Jennings, Doctoral candidate, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  1276. Christopher Jensen, I.T. Administrator, Concerned World Citizen
  1277. Christopher X Jon Jensen, Graduate Student in Ecology, Stony Brook University
  1278. Randall Jensen, Professor of Sport and Exercise Science; Dept. HPER; Northern Michigan University
  1279. Dr. Christophe A Jermann, Université de Nantes
  1280. Sparrow Jessica, Georgia Southern
  1281. Holly Jessop, Graduate Student, Tropical Conservation Biology, University of Hawai`i at Hilo
  1282. Mingshun Jiang, Research Associate, Ecosystem Modeler, Environmental, Earth & Ocean Sciences, UMASS Boston
  1283. Alison Johnson, graduate student and future professor, Winona State University, English Department
  1284. Brianna Johnson, Biology student, MCTC Minneapolis, MN
  1285. Chad Johnson, Arizona State University
  1286. Dr. David Johnson, Professor of Philosophy, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  1287. David W. Johnson, Director, University of Minnesota
  1288. Jane Johnson, retired educator
  1289. Melanie Johnson, Student, The Richard Stockton College of NJ
  1290. Robert Johnson, Business professional, Financial services, Minnesota
  1291. Scooter Johnson, Graduate Student Physics Department UC Davis
  1292. Prof. Thomas Johnson, Large Lakes Observatory, Univ. of Minnesota Duluth
  1293. William E Johnson, Ph.D. Biology Instructor
  1294. Alex Jones, Conservation Biologist/Antioch New England Graduate School
  1295. Brian C. Jones, B.S. of Computer Science, University of West Georgia
  1296. Byron Jones, Biobehavioral Health, Penn State University
  1297. Jeff Jones, graduate student at UC Santa Cruz, Physics Department
  1298. Philip Jones, Associate Professor of Biology, Manchester Community College
  1299. Richard Jones, Research Associate, University of Arkansas for Medical Science/Geriatrics, Little Rock, AR
  1300. Prof. Andrew Jorgenson, Department of Sociology, NCSU
  1301. William Jorgenson, Technical Writer, Minnesota
  1302. Claude Jacques Josephy, engineer, Solvay Research Lab
  1303. John Jost, Retired Database Administrator
  1304. Niels Joubert, Student - UC Berkeley
  1305. Samantha Joye, Marine Sciences, University of Georgia
  1306. Harry L. Juday, Automotive Engineer, (retired)
  1307. Christopher Judd, Research Scientist (Chemistry), NYS Dept. of Health
  1308. James Jump, former Counsel to the Supreme Court of Ohio (retired)
  1309. Paul Junghans, Rev. Paul Junghans M.Sc.
  1310. Brad Justice, Researcher, Biology Dept. University of Virginia
  1311. Janice Juvland, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Outreach Rep
  1312. Howard Kaback, Professor Neuroscience, UCLA, member NAS
  1313. Christine Kaelin, Employee, Scientific American Magazine
  1314. Eric Kahan, Electronics Design Engineer
  1315. Bruce Kahn, Simply a reasonably intelligent human being.
  1316. Henry Kahn, ,MD, Professor Emeritus, Emory University School of Medicine
  1317. Prof. Marc Kallsen, UW-Stout
  1318. Stephen Kamelgarn MD, Family Practitioner, Eureka California--Adjunct instructor in Biology Humboldt State University
  1319. Cory Kamholz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School of Architecture
  1320. Jennifer Kane, MS/MPP candidate, University of Maryland
  1321. Ryan Kane, Student researcher, Augsburg College Space Physics Lab
  1322. Cem Kaner, J.D., Ph.D., Professor of Computer Sciences, Florida Instittute of Technology
  1323. Prof. Arthur Kantrowitz, Darttmouth College, Member National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering
  1324. Durrell D. Kapan, Ph.D., Assistant Researcher, University of Hawaii - Manoa
  1325. Aditya Kapil, Aditya Kapil (PhD, Biochemistry) - now a Venture Capitalist
  1326. Daniel Kaplan, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center
  1327. Aaron Kappeler, Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto
  1328. Victor E. Kappeler, Professor of Criminology, Eastern Kentucky University
  1329. Rev. Gregory Kapphahn, Pastor of Glenwood United Parish (UCC/UMC), Minnesota
  1330. Dr. Jeremy Kapteyn, PhD., University of Arizona
  1331. Nick Josh Karean, Science, Reason & Rationality, Malaysia
  1332. Michael Karin, Professor of Pharmacology, Distinguished Professor, Amer Cancer Society Research Professor, UCSD
  1333. David J. Karlen, Dept. of Biology, University of South Florida
  1334. Lennart Karlsson, test engineer, Gothenburg Sweden
  1335. Philip Karn, VP-Technology, Qualcomm
  1336. Philip Richard Karn, Sr, retired retail pharmacist
  1337. Dr. William Kastern
  1338. Dr. Maurice J Katz, former Director, Office of Defense Program Laboratories, U,S, Dept. of Energy
  1339. Allan Kaufman, Emeritus Prof. of Physics, UC Berkeley
  1340. Prof. Les Kaufman, Boston University Dept. of Biology
  1341. Kenneth Kavanagh, environmental regulator, Indiana State Department of Health
  1342. Harriet Kay, Biomedical student, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
  1343. Steven Kaye, MD, Medical Director, CEO, Biogenic Research Corporation
  1344. Elizabeth Keddy, researcher, Vertebrate Ecology Lab-Moss Landing Marine Labs
  1345. Prof. Ralph Keen, Religious Studies, Univ. of Iowa
  1346. Dr. George Keepers, Carruthers Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health & Science University
  1347. Andrew Keller, University of Florida student
  1348. Fredrick Keller, Chairperson, Fine Art Dept. Kutztown University (retired)
  1349. Dr. Harry E. Keller, Ph.D., President ParaComp, Inc. -- Science Education Organization
  1350. Prof. Joseph Keller, Math Dept., Stanford University, member NAS
  1351. Dr. Patricia Kelley, Professor of Geology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  1352. Brandon Kelly, Astronomy Grad. Student, Univ. Arizona
  1353. Karen Kelly, Biology Teacher, Department Head, Clayton Valley High School
  1354. Dr. Norbert Kelvin, Dept Civil & Envir Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland
  1355. John Kemeny, Computer Scientist, EMC Corporation
  1356. Carol Kemmerer, An American citizen
  1357. Kurt Kemmerer, PMHNP
  1358. Dr. W. Michael Kemp, Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University
  1359. Steven C. Kempf, Professor, Bological Sciences, Auburn University
  1360. David Kempner, Ph.D., Managing Director, Integrated Market and Technology Assements, Inc.
  1361. Adelaide Kent
  1362. Kelly A. Kent, USC Neuroscience PhD Candidate
  1363. Roger Kern, Automation analyst
  1364. Prof. Gustaw Kerszman, DSc Roskilde University, Denmark
  1365. Robert Keser, Assistant Professor, Fine Arts, National-Louis University (Chicago)
  1366. Dr. Emily Keshner, Chair and Professor of Physical Therapy at Temple University
  1367. Gerald T. Keusch, M.D., Associate Dean for Global Health, Boston University Medical Center
  1368. Christopher Keyes, student, University of Southern Mississippi
  1369. Dr. Ali Khounsary, Adjunct professor, IIT
  1370. Jim Kidwell, technical writer at a software company
  1371. John Kiely, American Editor, Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
  1372. Bill Kilbourne, business owner, Technology's Edge
  1373. Kit Kildahl, musician/sales, Bloomington, MN
  1374. Bryn Kildow, Amateur astronomer
  1375. A Marm Kilpatrick, senior research scientist at the Consortium for Conservation Medicine
  1376. Jeramy Kimball, Graduate Student, Aero/Astro., University of Washington
  1377. Prof. Takashi Kimura, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University
  1378. Joshua King, Theoretical Physicist
  1379. Randall King, Principal Mechanical Engineer, Bison Engineering
  1380. John Kingman, MD
  1381. Sarah E. Kingston, MSc, PhD candidate, University of Maryland
  1382. Ali Kinkhabwala, Postdoctoral Researcher, Rockefeller University
  1383. Anikak Kinkhabwala, graduate student, Chemistry, Stanford University
  1384. Dr. Berma Kinsey, Researcher, Baylor College of Medicine and MEDVAMC
  1385. Prof. James L. Kinsey, Department of Chemistry, Rice University, Member, National Academy of Sciences (1991)
  1386. Adam Kirchhefer, University of Western Ontario
  1387. Prof. Mark Kirk, Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia
  1388. Johan nik Kirkeng, Retired business owner
  1389. Harold Wayne Kirkpatrick, CEO, MDS America, Inc.
  1390. L. J. Kirschman, Southern Illinois University
  1391. Joseph L. Kirschvink, Professor of Geobiology, California Institute of Technology
  1392. Jessica Kissinger, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics, University of Georgia
  1393. Jane Kittner, Architect, Texas
  1394. Lisa Klanner, student Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
  1395. Prof. John R. Klauder, Physics & Mathematics, University of Florida
  1396. Gunther Kletetschka, Research Professor, Department of Physics, Catholic University of America
  1397. Michael M. Kliks, PhD, President, CTS Foundation, Hawaii
  1398. Abbie Klinghoffer, student , University of Virginia
  1399. Dr. Sara Klucking, Emory University
  1400. Leslie Anne Klusmire, land use planner
  1401. Dr. Heinrich Klussmann, med,, specialist in intern (retired), Munich, Germany
  1402. Mike Klymkowsky, Professor of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology and Co-Director of CU Teach
  1403. Greg Knehans, Graduate Student, University of Arizona
  1404. Steve Knight, Executive Vice President ITS, Inc.
  1405. Justin Knoll
  1406. Steven Knowlton, Esq., Attorney/Scientist
  1407. Helene Knox, independent scholar, editor
  1408. Robert Knox, Director and Professor, Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma
  1409. Evan Koblentz, Technology writer / historian
  1410. Gretchen Koch, Penn State University
  1411. Thomas Kocher, Professor of Biology, University of Maryland
  1412. M. Koehl, Professor, Dept. of Integrative Biology, U. C. Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  1413. Anson Koehler, Graduate Student, University of New Mexico
  1414. Norman Koerner, elementary science teacher-Philadelphia
  1415. Alan Kohn, Professor Emeritus, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
  1416. Joseph Kohn MD, Medical Director, www.WeAreOne.cc
  1417. Dr. Lisa M. Konkel, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Biology, Viterbo University
  1418. Maria Konstantakaki, student, agricultural university, Greece
  1419. George Kontopidis, SVP Products and Technology Strategy, NMS Communications
  1420. Nancy Kopell, W.G. Aurelio Prof of Mathematics & Science, Boston University; member, National Academy of Sciences
  1421. Prof. Ron Kopito, Biologist, Stanford University
  1422. Rick Kopp, Independent Researcher, Theoretical Physics
  1423. Bradley Korkowski, Former geologist, University of Arizona
  1424. Michael F. Korns, CTO, Investment Science Corp
  1425. Roderik Kortlever, Researcher, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam
  1426. Paul Kostel, Biochemist at BioMarin Pharmaceutical
  1427. Vladimir Kozhevnikov, Professor of Physics, Tulsa Community College
  1428. Prof. Elliot Krafsur, Iowa State University - Entomology
  1429. Dr. Anne Krake, Small business owner, veterinarian/ American
  1430. Jacob Kramer, teacher, Adlai E. Stevenson High School
  1431. Laird H. Kramer, Professor of Physics, Florida International University
  1432. William Kramer, Endangered species biologist, Hawaii
  1433. Michael Kraus, Graduate Student, Yale University Dept of Neurobiology
  1434. Bill Kraynek, Professor, School of Computing & Information Services, Florida international University
  1435. Marko Krco, PhD Student, Astronomy and Space Sciences, Cornell University
  1436. Dr. Wolf Krebs, retired Professor of Anatomy, the City University of New York
  1437. Christophe Kreis, Ph.D, Gladstone Institute of Virology, UCSF
  1438. Peter Krembs, Earth Scientist and Registered Professional Geologist
  1439. Christina J Kress, UCSD Medical Center
  1440. Leonard Krishtalka, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Director, Biodiversity Institute, Univ. of Kansas
  1441. Aaron R. Krochmal, Washington College, Maryland
  1442. Prof. Herbert Kroemer, Nobel Laureate Physics 2000
  1443. Dubear Kroening, Assistant Professor of Biological Science, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley
  1444. Kris Krogh, researcher, UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute
  1445. Harold Kroto FRS, Professor of Chemistry, Florida State University, Nobel Laureate (1996)
  1446. David A. Krupp, ssoc Professor, Marine & Biological Sciences,Windward Community College-Univ of Hawai`i
  1447. Edward Kruszka, Professor of Mathematics, North Hennepin Community College
  1448. Trevor Kuether, undergrad/Virginia Tech
  1449. Dr. Olga Kukal, Adjunct Associate Professor, Biology, Queen's University
  1450. Dr. Joseph Kulik, Research Associate, Materials Research Institute, Penn State University
  1451. Akshay Kulkarni, graduate student, Astronomy, Cornell University
  1452. Lee Kump, Professor of Geosciences, Penn State
  1453. Warren L. Kump, retired chairman, Department of Radiology, North Memorial Medical Center
  1454. Volodymyr Kunko-Bohoslavetz, Professor of Industrial Design at the Art Institute of Seattle
  1455. Sidney Kushner, Professor of Genetics, University of Georgia
  1456. Genevieve LaBahn, student of biology--studying to teach high school biology, Boston College class of 2007
  1457. Dr. Rachel LaBell, a scientist with ImaRx Therapeutics, Inc.
  1458. John LaBonte, Graduate Student, University of California at Santa Barbara
  1459. Thurston Lacalli, Professor of Biology, University of Victoria, Canada
  1460. Dr. Elizabeth Laffan, Adjunct Professor of Biology, East Tennessee State University
  1461. J. Clark Lagarias, Professor of Biochemistry, University of California Davis
  1462. Dr. Matthew LaHaye, postdoctoral scholar, Department of Physics, Caltech
  1463. David Louis Lahr, Analyst Programmer, Tessella, Inc.
  1464. Wendy Lai
  1465. Catherine Laine, PhD Candidate, Harvard School of Public Health
  1466. Christopher M. LaLone, P.E., Environmental Engineer, NYSDEC
  1467. Dr. Richard LaManna, a business college in Manhattan
  1468. Gordon Robert Lamb, Physicist
  1469. Helena Lamb, Helena Lamb, Teacher, Mount Diablo Unified School District
  1470. Charles Lambert, Professor Emeritus/Visiting Investigator University of Washington, Friday Harbor Labs
  1471. Gretchen Lambert, marine biologist, Univ. of Washington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
  1472. Tristan Lambert, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Columbia University
  1473. Dr. Barbara Landau, Associate Professor, University of Hawaii, Manoa
  1474. Greg Landkamer, Science teacher, Lester Prairie High School, Minnesota
  1475. Ernest Lane, retired physician
  1476. Prof. Mark Lane, Palomar College - Astronomy
  1477. Danl Langer, A business owner
  1478. Allen Lapin, MD, Instructor,Chemical Dependency-Peninsula College
  1479. Christopher Lapish, Graduate Student: Medical University of South Carolina, Neuroscience Institute
  1480. Dan Larhammar, Professor of molecular cell biology, Dept of Neuroscience, Uppsala University
  1481. Lindy S Larkin, Regenerative Medicine Advocate
  1482. Andrew M. Larson, Biology Teacher, Columbus North High School, Columbus IN
  1483. Roger Larson, Retired, Secondary school teacher of physics and chemistry
  1484. Jake Lasala
  1485. Eric Laskey, Aerospace Engineer
  1486. Hans Laufer, Professor, Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Connecticut
  1487. Dr. Ronald C. Laugen, Retired Headmaster, Conroe (TX) ISD Academy of Science and Technology
  1488. Paul C. Lauterbur, Professor of Chemistry & of Medical Information Sciences, Univ. of Illinois, Nobel Laureate (2003)
  1489. Peter Lautz, Psychotherapist
  1490. Louis Lavoie, retired physicist and author, University of Minnesota Space Science Center
  1491. Dr. Beverly Elizabeth Law, Professor, Global Change Forest Science, Oregon State University
  1492. Katherine Lawrence, Registered Nurse-ER, South Fraser Regional Health Authority, Surrey BC Canada
  1493. Dr. Bonardi Layre, Université Louis Pasteur, Department of Chemistry, Strasbourg, France
  1494. Amélie Le Maux, Researcher and Biology PhD
  1495. Dr. Yann LeCun, Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
  1496. Dr. Serge Ledan, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  1497. Erin Lee, Biomedical Student, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  1498. Prof. Martin A. Lee, Dept. of Physics, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space, UNH
  1499. Prof. Jean-Marie Lehn, Strasbourg, France, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 1987
  1500. Elizabeth Leininger, graduate student, Columbia University program in neurobiology and behavior
  1501. Dr. Esther Leise, Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of North Carolina Greensboro
  1502. Nita Lemanski, Programmer, Maryland
  1503. Judith Lemus, Ph.D., USC
  1504. Richard Lentini, Biologist/Retired
  1505. Prof. Barr Lentz, Professor & Director of Biophysics, UNC, President-Elect of the Biophysical Society
  1506. Carrie May Leonard, researcher
  1507. Dr. David Christopher Leonard, historian in residence, Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association
  1508. Prof. Mimi Leonard, English Dept, College of Alameda, Proud to be Atheist and Humanist
  1509. Dominique Lepoutre, Asst. Prof., Rochester Institute of Technology
  1510. Lawrence S. Lerner, Prof. Emeritus, College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, California State Univ
  1511. David Lesar, Professor of Psychology emeritus, St Cloud State U
  1512. Laurent Lescaudron, Associate Professor in Physiology/Neurophysiology, University of Nantes, France
  1513. Michael Lester, Early Medical School Acceptance Program majoring in physics, University of Alabama (Birmingham)
  1514. Dr. David Lethbridge, Professor of Psychology, Okanagan College, BC, Canada
  1515. Dr. Johanna Levelt Sengers, Research scientist at NIST, Emeritus since 1995; member NAS, NAE
  1516. Kathryn L. Levenson, Science Teacher, Clayton Valley HS, Concord, CA
  1517. Leo Levenson, Parent
  1518. Dr. Roger Levien, Retired Corporate VP for Strategy and Innovation, Xerox Corporation
  1519. Amaury Levillayer, French Researcher in History, Universit� de Paris X - Nanterre
  1520. Alfred Levine, Professor of Engineering Sciences and Physics, College of Staten Island
  1521. Vicki Levine, teacher, Lane Community College
  1522. Alfred Levinson, Neuroscientist and retired economist
  1523. Jeffrey Levinton, Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  1524. Andrew Levitt, Consultant, New Standard Institute
  1525. Zhipan Li, grad student from UC San Diego
  1526. Opher Opher Liba, Mathematically(R), Center for Educational Enrichment, Israel
  1527. Louis Liberatore, Amateur Astronomer, Cosmologist, Mid-Hudson Astronomical Association, New Paltz
  1528. Dr. John Lichter, Assistant Professor, Biology and Environmental Studies, Bowdoin College
  1529. Prof. Elliott Lieb, Dept. of Mathematics and Physics, Princeton University
  1530. Carol Lin, Biotechnology Program Director, Columbia University
  1531. Miao-Fang Lin, Scientist from Diosynth Biotechnology
  1532. Jim Lindholm, Teacher, physics & mathematics, Göteborg Sweden
  1533. Kristin Linhoff, reading teacher, Indian Mounds Elementary, Bloomington , MN
  1534. Charles Linton, engineer, telecommunications corporation
  1535. Dr. Ernest L Lippert, consultant
  1536. Quinn Kerr Lippmann, Medical Student, University of North Carolina
  1537. Dan Lipsa, Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University
  1538. Harriet Lister, Junior Specialist, UC Santa Cruz, Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
  1539. Matthew Liter, Well-Site Geologist
  1540. George W. Little, Jr., Environmental preservationist, Kentucky
  1541. Peter Van Teeckelenburgh Lobell, Earth Science Teacher; Kansai International High School; Osaka, Japan
  1542. Frank Lock, Physics Teacher, Lemon Bay H.S.
  1543. Dr. Stanley Locker, Research Scientist, Univ of South Florida, College of Marine Science
  1544. Thomas Lockwood, Public School Educator
  1545. Vincenzo Loconte, Student, KZSC Radio Staff Member, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1546. Roger Lodwig, Physics student at Front RangeCcommunity College, Fort Collins
  1547. Jonik Loeffler
  1548. Elizabeth Loftus, Distinguished Prof., UC-Irvine, Member, National Academy of Sciences & Royal Society of Edinburgh
  1549. Ken Lohmann, UNC Chapel Hill
  1550. Leslie Lohmiller, M.S. Technician, Colorado State University
  1551. Dr. Bernard Lohr, Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Kentucky University
  1552. Prof. Scott Lokey, Department of Chemistry - Biochemistry, UCSC
  1553. Prof. Joseph Lombardi, Department of Biology, Hendrix College
  1554. Claudio Lomnitz, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University
  1555. Brian Long, Software Developer, Virginia Tech
  1556. Wilbur L. Long, Professor of Biology, McDaniel College
  1557. Dr. Dennis Loo, Professor of Sociology, Cal Poly Pomona
  1558. Ali Lopez
  1559. Jose Lopez, evolutionary geneticist, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
  1560. Jose Lopez, Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University
  1561. David Lorge, Geologic Consultant, Nevada
  1562. Prof. George Lorimer, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland, member National Academy of Sciences
  1563. Erica Lothridge, 3rd Year UVA School of Nursing Student
  1564. Randi Love, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor/ College of Public Health/ The Ohio State University
  1565. Carole Loveless-Mathews, Hermosa Beach, CA
  1566. James Lovelock, originator of the Gaia hypothesis, author of "The Wrath of Gaia"
  1567. Eric C. Lovely, Assistant Professor of Biology, Arkansas Tech University
  1568. Jessica Lovering, student at UC Berkeley
  1569. Donald Lovett, Professor, Department of Biology, The College of New Jersey
  1570. Dr. Richard Lowell, Professor of Biology Ramapo College of NJ
  1571. Elizabeth Lowry, Physics/Computer Science sophomore, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  1572. David Lubman, independent research scientist, David Lubman & Associates
  1573. Howard Lucas,MD, Cornell Medical College 1951, ophthalmology-Columbia Univ Institute of Ophthalmology 1959
  1574. Karen Lucci, Science teacher, Hopewell Vallen Central High School
  1575. Prof. R. Duncan Luce, Distinguished Research Professor, University of California, Irvine, member NAS
  1576. Staffan Luckander, Nurse, County Hospital, Halland, Sweden
  1577. Remy Luerssen, Research Associate, University of South Florida
  1578. Nicholas Luhring, student in Physics Department at Virginia Tech
  1579. Andrew Lui, 3rd Year UBC Physics
  1580. Dr. Marvin Lukin, Professor Emeritus, Chemistry, Youngstown State U.
  1581. Ernest Luther Lundelius, Jr., Prof. Emeritus in Vertebrate Paleontology, Dept. Geol. Sciences-University of Texas, Austin
  1582. Bryan A. Luther, Professor of Physics, Concordia College
  1583. Bram Lutton, Endicott College
  1584. Demetrius M. Lutz, Science Instructor, New York Hall of Science
  1585. Dr. Robert W Lutz, Assoc. Prof. Emeritus of Physics, Drake University
  1586. Robert Lyons, Software Engineer, Unidex, Inc.
  1587. Steven Lyons, High School Teacher, Allen D. Nease High School
  1588. Jonas Læret, Student, Horten High School, Norway
  1589. Victor Ma, Boston University Engineering student
  1590. Stephen Arnold Maas, Nonlinear Technologies, Inc.
  1591. Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, Assoc. Curator, Dept. of Astrophysics, American Museum of Natural History
  1592. J. Ross Macdonald, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of NC, Chapel Hill, member NAS, NAE
  1593. Ormond MacDougald, Associate Professor of Physiology, University of Michigan
  1594. Jon Mace, Science Educator, University of Texas / Astronomy
  1595. Gavin Machell, Headmaster, Utahloy International School Guangzhou
  1596. James Mack, Video Editor
  1597. Sara MacSorley, student, University of Rhode Island, Bermuda Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
  1598. Gregory J. Maeder, veterinary technician, Minnesota
  1599. Brian Indrek Magi, Research scientist, Princeton University
  1600. Craig Magie, postdoctoral fellow, Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
  1601. Peter Magor, retired programmer, CA
  1602. Sachin Mahajan
  1603. John Mahoney, grad student, physics, UC Davis
  1604. Prof. John Makemson, Dept. Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  1605. Rory Makielski, Biological Sciences Major- University of Notre Dame
  1606. Dr. Jose Gabriel Maldonado-Rivera, Principal - Columbia Secondary School
  1607. Fiona Maley, Researcher & Research Manager, Medical geology, School of Population Health, UWA, Perth, Australia
  1608. Dr. Ariel Malicse
  1609. Joseph Malsky, Doctoral Candidate, University of Texas
  1610. Dr. Robert Zaine Mamoun, Dir. Research in Virology, INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research)
  1611. Joseph Mandell, biology teacher, West Valley Community College
  1612. Holly Maness, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley, Dept of Astronomy
  1613. Juan J. Manfredi, Professor of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh.
  1614. Janet Mann, Environmental Health Specialist, Nevada County Environmental Health
  1615. Michael Mann, Prof. of Meteorology, Penn State University
  1616. Mary U. Manner, M.S., Director of Education/Exhibits Manager, Great Lakes Children's Museum
  1617. Karen Mansfield, attorney, amateur astronomer, concerned citizen
  1618. Josefina Mansilla, Professor of the National Institute of Anthropology and History from Mexico
  1619. Kayyum Mansoor, Graduate Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
  1620. Dr. Amy Marcarelli, Postdoctoral Researcher
  1621. Pier Paolo Marchisio, PhD Student, Physics Dept, The University of York, UK
  1622. Ellen Marcolongo, ARNP,C, PhD student, University of South Florida
  1623. Genevieve Marcus, Co-President Experimental Cities, Inc.
  1624. Geoff Marcy, Professor of Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  1625. Helena Mariposa, Author, Colorado
  1626. John Markham
  1627. Peter Marko, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University
  1628. Michael Marletta, Prof. of Chemistry, UC Berkeley, member NAS and IOM
  1629. Stephen Marley, Science & Technology Marketing - Avocational Paleontologist
  1630. Peter Marra, Research Scientist, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, National Zoological Park
  1631. Dr. Robert E. Marra, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
  1632. Katie Marshall, University of Western Ontario
  1633. Brad Marston, professor, Department of Physics, Brown University
  1634. Noah Marthinsen, Biology Student/ Berkeley City College
  1635. Allison Martin, Medical Student at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, College of Medicine
  1636. Caroline Martin, M.A. Sociology, Adjunct Faculty, Chattanooga State Technical Community College
  1637. Jack Martin, M. S. Computer Science
  1638. Kenneth Martin, ILWU-Northern California, Local 75
  1639. Dr. Louis Martin, Psychiatrist and Author, Nebraska Health and Human Services
  1640. Prof. Mark Q. Martindale, Kewalo Marine Lab/Univ. Hawai'i
  1641. Ingrid Martine, life coach and consultant to management, Texas
  1642. Prof. Alan Marwine, department of social and behavioral sciences, Green Mountain College
  1643. Gene Masciocchi, Consultant to high tech companies.
  1644. David Maslane, Portland High School Coordinator
  1645. John Mason, Retired research metallurgist, formerly with Corus, Rotherham, UK
  1646. Gilles Massardier, �ducateur, Saint-Chamond France
  1647. Erin Massett, Masters program for Conservation Biology, Antioch New England Graduate School
  1648. Jennifer Matesa, Jennifer Matesa / Writer and Designer
  1649. Allene Mathers, concerned citizen
  1650. Rowan Mathew, Auckland, New Zealand
  1651. Carole Mathews, Concerned Citizen, Hermosa Beach
  1652. Dr. Ronald Mathsen, Prof Emeritus, Dept of Mathematics, North Dakota State University
  1653. Vaibhav Mathur, Research student, Photonics center,Univ of Mass, Lowell Dept of Physics and applied physics
  1654. James Matson, Media Svcs Techn. Supervisor, La Salle University
  1655. Brett Matthes, no scientific affiliation
  1656. Justin L. Matthews, Graduate Student Researcher - Cognitive Science Program, UCMerced
  1657. Valerie Matthews, Retired architect
  1658. Lars Mattsson, PhD student in astrophysics, Uppsala University, Sweden
  1659. Denise Mauldin, Researcher, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  1660. Patrick Maurel, Unit director, Inserm, Montpellier France
  1661. Russell Maurer, Upper School Science and Math Teacher, Hawken School
  1662. Richard Maus, Author, Retired Mathematics and Physics teacher
  1663. Travis May, IT Consultant, TEK Systems
  1664. John Maycroft, Public Policy Graduate Student at Rutgers
  1665. Dennis Mayer, Ocean Scientist, College of Marine Science
  1666. James Mayer, Assoc. Prof., Geosciences Dept., Univ. West Georgia
  1667. Susan Mayer, wife of a scientist and former high school teacher, Miami FL
  1668. Maria Mazillo, Auburn
  1669. Jonathan McAllister, Novice Astronomer
  1670. Martin McBriarty, student, University of Florida, Materials Science & Engineering
  1671. Melodie McBride, Advisor, ProtoLife, Srl
  1672. Bob Mccallum, a person interested in the preservation of mankind, Canada
  1673. Melissa McCarthy, student
  1674. Howie McCausland, Network geek (former astrophysicist), now at Middlebury College
  1675. Ana McClanahan, Lead Biotechnology Instructor, Beaufort County Community College
  1676. Blinda E. McClelland, Ph.D., School of Biological Sciences, University of Texas-Austin
  1677. Arlene McClung, Supervising Program Technician, State Service
  1678. John McClung, Mathematics Instructor: Roseville Academy of Math, Science, and Engineering
  1679. Rosalie McClung, Multiple Sclerosis patient
  1680. Gene McColligan, Ecologist, Pennsylvania
  1681. Lyle McCormick, Epidemiologist for an international, private, non-profit research company
  1682. Marshal D. McCue, Ben-Gurion University
  1683. Vincent D. McCullough, Science Supporter, Prof. Emeritus, Saddleback Community College
  1684. Dr. Russell E McDuff, Professor and Director, School of Oceanography, University of Washington
  1685. Marion McElroy, retired public school science teacher, Wichita, Kansas
  1686. Dean Mcevoy-James, secondary school student in Great Britain studying biology in a Catholic school
  1687. Prof. Alfred McEwen, Planetary Sciences, University of Arizona
  1688. Bruce McEwen, Professor at the Rockefeller University, member NAS
  1689. Dr. Joan McEwen, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  1690. Kate McFadden, Assistant Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Columbia University
  1691. Margaret McFall-Ngai, Professor, Dept of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Wisconsin Madison
  1692. Dylan Michael McFarland, student, University of Colorado
  1693. Timothy A McKay, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Michigan
  1694. Prof. Christopher F. McKee, Physics & Astronomy Depts, University of California at Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  1695. Stephen Thomas McKenna, Research Chemist, Ineos USA LLC
  1696. Dr. Amie R McKibban, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Southern Indiana
  1697. Dr. Kristine McKinney, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School
  1698. Robert McKnight, interested party, Sky & Telescope reader
  1699. Kirsty McLaren, Faculty of Arts Student, Glasgow University
  1700. Jeanne McLaughlin, Teacher LACS
  1701. Gary Mcleod, writer, Administrative Assistant, University of Brighton
  1702. John McManus, MD, Medical Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Durango, Colorado
  1703. Dr. Brett A McMillan, Assistant Professor of Biology, McDaniel College
  1704. Dr. Mark McMurtry, NCSU, CALS, PI, integrated aquaculture~olericulture
  1705. Donald P. McNamara, Retired Chemist
  1706. Nicole Leslie McOrrie, Sydney, Australia
  1707. Dr. Gregg McPherson, 3M Corporate Scientist (Retired)
  1708. William Michael McShan, Associate Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma HSC
  1709. Rachel McShane, candidate for MS in Conservation Biology, Antioch New England
  1710. Mike Medrano, Doctoral Graduate Student, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico Department of Biology
  1711. Frank Medved, Concerned Citizen and Voter
  1712. Amanda L Meeker, George Mason University
  1713. Dr. Joseph Meert, Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Florida
  1714. Dr. Ouida Meier, Aquatic Ecologist, Center for Biodiversity Studies, Western Kentucky University
  1715. Rich Meisel, Graduate Student Program in Genetics, Penn State University
  1716. William W. Mejia, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist)
  1717. William Mejia, Jr., MS student, University of Maryland University College
  1718. Carlos J. Melian, Postdoctoral researcher, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UCSB
  1719. DeForest Mellon, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, University of Virginia
  1720. Michael Menaker, Ph.D., Commonwealth Professor of Biology, University of Virginia
  1721. Kenneth Mendelson, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Marquette University
  1722. Michael Praetorius Mendenhall, Caltech physics gradstudent
  1723. Bruce Menge, Professor of Zoology, Oregon State University
  1724. Prof. Trudy Mercadal, Florida Atlantic University
  1725. Prof. N. David Mermin, Professor emeritus of physics, Cornell University, member National Academy of Sciences
  1726. Jean Merot, researcher, Institut du Thorax Inserm
  1727. Rachel Ann Merz, Professor, Department of Biology, Swarthmore College
  1728. Eric Meshot, Engineering Physics student at the University of California, Berkeley
  1729. Ryan Mesmer, student Richard Stockton College, NJ
  1730. Frank Messina, Professor, Department of Biology, Utah State University
  1731. Matt Metcalf, Newburgh, IN
  1732. Glenn Metzler, Senior Scientist and Environmental Consultant
  1733. Jerome Meyer, Manager, Hussmann Learning Solutions
  1734. Covell Meyskens, graduate student, Dept of History, University of Chicago
  1735. Robert C. Michael, Consulting Geologist
  1736. Dr. David Michaelson, Associate Research Scientist, Dept. of Biology, New York University
  1737. Dr. Malvin Michelson-Thiery, Retired from Chemistry Dept, Cornell University
  1738. Charles Michener, Professor Emeritus, Lawrence, Kansas; member, National Academy of Sciences
  1739. Prof. Linda Middleton, University of Hawai`i at Manoa English Department
  1740. Brad Miller, very concerned citizen, Anthony, Kansas
  1741. Linda Miller, psychologist, Oregon Psychoanalytic Center
  1742. Nathan Miller, physics graduate student, U. Colorado Boulder
  1743. Ralph R. Miller, Cognitive scientist, SUNY-Binghamton
  1744. Robert Miller, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston Biology Department
  1745. Stephen A. Miller, Professor, College of the Ozarks, Missouri
  1746. Stephen Miller, Independent Author
  1747. Tina Miller, Sociologist, San Diego
  1748. William B. Miller, Science Editor/Author, Rand McNally & Co.
  1749. Dr. Hugh Miller III, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University
  1750. Marc Milne, Ecology PhD Candidate and Research Assistant, Biology Department, Old Dominion University
  1751. Simon Miner, Teacher-Researcher-Student
  1752. Raymond Minsterman, public school mathematics instructor, Arizona
  1753. Michael Mirigian, Advanced Placement Environmental Science & Chemistry Instructor-Clovis West High School, Fresno, CA
  1754. Joseph Mish, public school teacher, musician/teacher/composer, Pine Island Schools, Minnesota
  1755. Rev. Linda Miskimen PhD, Minnesota
  1756. Elizabeth Mitchell, Artist/Activist
  1757. Randall J. Mitchell, Professor of Biology, University of Akron
  1758. Thomas G. Mitchell, Associate Professor, Duke University
  1759. Prof. Jay Mittenthal, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Cell & Developmental Biology
  1760. Tom Mitzel, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Trinity College
  1761. Hannah Miyamoto, J.D., M.S., B.A., B.S. Graduate Assistant, University of Hawai`i
  1762. Patrick Mock, Sr. Principal Scientist / Private Corporation
  1763. Daniel Moen, Graduate student in ecology and evolution, Stony Brook University
  1764. John R. Moffett, Ph.D. Neuroscientist, Uniformed Services Univ. of the Health Sciences
  1765. Jeremy Mohn, Kansas Biology Teacher
  1766. RJobert Moir, retired history teacher, Member of National Education Association
  1767. Bruce Andrew Molholt, Adjunct Professor, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania
  1768. Michael R Molnar, Author of The Star of Bethlehem, Retired astronomer and educator
  1769. Dr. Eric Molz, Senior Physicist, Baker Hughes
  1770. Corey Mondello, Activist
  1771. Dr. Carlos Mondragon, Associate Professor, Centre for African and Asian Studies, El Colegio de Mexico
  1772. Jean-Jacques Monot, Statistician, Research & Programs Unit, Global Forum for Health Research
  1773. James R Monroe, Science Teacher - Glenbrook Middle School - Mt. Diablo Unified School District
  1774. Randy Monroe, Rockin' Science Teacher (earth science), Foothill Middle Walnut Creek, CA
  1775. Reza Montazami, Student at Virginia Tech
  1776. Richard Monvoisin, Teacher Critical Thinking, laboratoire z�t�tique, Univ. Nice, FRANCE
  1777. Christine Mooney, Science Teacher, Lowville Academy High School
  1778. Thomas J Mooney, Executive Director Coalition to Extend Life
  1779. Darrell Moore, neurobiologist, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University
  1780. Jessica L. Moore, residential habilitation specialist, mother of 1, psychology department, Buffalo State College
  1781. Dr. John W. Moore, researcher, Managing Director, Optimer, Inc.
  1782. Matthew Moore, Student--Northeastern University School of Law
  1783. Megan Moore, Virginia Tech
  1784. Paul Moore, Professor of Biological Science, Behaviorist, , Bowling Green State University
  1785. Roger H. Moore, Retired statistician, Los Alamos National Lab, Nuclear Regulatory Comm
  1786. Dr. Juan Carlos Morales, Associate Research Scientist, Columbia University
  1787. Ralph Morelli, Professor of Computer Science, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
  1788. Dr. Bruno Moretti, scientific director of SETI Italia G. Cocconi
  1789. S.G. Morgan
  1790. Dr. Rufus Morison, Ecologist, Bristol
  1791. Mark Moritz, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Ohio State University
  1792. Dr. David Mork, Professor of Biology (retired), St. Cloud State University
  1793. Kristian Morphis, Student, San Francisco State University
  1794. Patricia Morris, Research Coordinator, UC Natural Reserve Año Nuevo, UCSC-LML
  1795. Peggy Morris, sustainable farmer
  1796. Roger Morris, IS Coordinator, Institute for Drug Abuse Prevention, Indiana University
  1797. Tina Morris, UNC-Chapel Hill
  1798. Dr. Joan Morrison, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
  1799. M. Patricia Morse, Visiting Scholar, Biology Department, University of Washington
  1800. Peter Morton, Retired Fortune 500 Engineer and Executive
  1801. Zack Morton, Student, Amateur Astronomer, Iowa
  1802. Michael Moseley, Professor of Anthropology, University of Florida, member National Academy of Sciences
  1803. Kit Moser, Science Writer
  1804. Rachel Moss, PhD candidate in inorganic chemistry at UW-Madison
  1805. Michael Motta, Master of Arts in Philosophy, Michigan State
  1806. Paul-René Mouginot, student - Lycée du Parc - Lyon, France
  1807. William G Moulton, Prof. of Physics emeritus, FL. State Univ. and Nat'l High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  1808. Michael Mueller, Humanist and Biochemist, Humanists Hawaii
  1809. Prof. Debashis Mukherjee, director, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India
  1810. Dr. Jaydeep Mukherjee, Director, Florida Space Grant Consortium
  1811. Steven Mulder, MD, Minnesota
  1812. Clemma Muller, Biostatistician, University of Washington School of Medicine
  1813. Vladimir Munk, Professor Emeritus, Biology Dept., SUNY Plattsburgh NY
  1814. Yonatan Munk, Graduate student in Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley
  1815. Patricia Murata, Post-doctoral Fellow, Kewalo Marine Lab, University of Hawaii
  1816. Danny Murawinski, James Madison University
  1817. Jock Murphy, Software Engineer, Writer, Photographer
  1818. Dr. Michael Murphy, distinguished teaching prof, dep't of natural sciences, state university of new york at cobleskill
  1819. Sarah Murphy, Environmental Health Specialist, JCPH
  1820. Prof. James Murray, neuroethologist, University of Central Arkansas
  1821. Paul E Murray, Res. Sci. Assoc, UT - Austin Bureau of Economic Geology
  1822. Kristopher Musumano, Architect
  1823. Gulseren Mutlu, Ph.D student, Economics Dept, New York University
  1824. Allison Myers, Paleoclimatology researcher, Moss Landing Marine Laboratory
  1825. Larry & Debby Myers, High School Coach, concerned citizens, Minnesota
  1826. Prof. PZ Myers, Science & Math, U of Minnesota Morris
  1827. Sarah Myhre, Biological Researcher, NOAA
  1828. Kristen Myshrall, Ph.D. Student, Center for Integrative Geoscience, University of Connecticut
  1829. Dr. David Naar, Ph.D./Associate Professor, College of Marine Science, Univ. of South Florida
  1830. Hemayatullah Nabiel, Asst. Director, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Boston University
  1831. Raymond W. Nackoney, physicist, Assoc. Prof., Dept. of Natural Science, Loyola University Chicago
  1832. Prof. Knute Nadelhoffer, Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology; & Director, Univ. of Michigan Biological Station
  1833. Yuko Nagai
  1834. Eric Nagy, Associate Director, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia
  1835. Frank Joseph Nagy, Applied Scientist, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
  1836. Robert Nagy, University of Texas Biological Sciences
  1837. Robert Nairn, Environmental science professor at the University of Oklahoma
  1838. K Sankar Narayan, Senior Research Scientist (retired) Huntington Medical Research Institute
  1839. Dr. Sunil Narumalani, Associate Professor at University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  1840. June Nasrallah, Barbara McClintock Professor of Plant Biology, Cornell Univ., Member National Academy of Sciences
  1841. Dr. Corinne Nativel, Lecturer, University of Franche-Comté, Besançon, France
  1842. Kamran Nayeri, emeritus political economist, UC Berkeley
  1843. Brian Nedved, Graduate Student, Zoology Dept., University of Hawaii
  1844. George R. Negrete, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas
  1845. Jeri Nelsen, Non-Profit Consultant
  1846. Brad Nelson, Company X audio inc.
  1847. Malinda Nelson, Senior, Chemical Engineering, The University of Akron
  1848. Paul Nelson, retired trucking business owner
  1849. Scott D Nelson, Staff Technical Trainer, Applied Biosystems
  1850. Pratibha Nerurkar, Scientist, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), Univ of Hawai`i
  1851. Austin J. Nester, Trumpeter and father of two boys
  1852. Eugene Nester, Prof., Dept.of Microbiology,University of Washington ( member of NAS)
  1853. Kyle Neubauer, PhD Student, Sociology Department, Iowa State University
  1854. Bruce Neuburger, teacher, San Francisco City College
  1855. Mark John Neuhauser, Stem Cell Advocate and attorney
  1856. Herschel Neumann, Professor Emeritus, former chair, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Denver
  1857. Ingrid Neumann, Physics PhD candidate, University of California at Davis
  1858. Dr. Peter G. Neumann, Principal Scientist, SRI International Computer Science Lab
  1859. Dr. Rachael Neve, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
  1860. Prof. Nuno de Sousa Neves, University of Évora - Portugal
  1861. Eviatar Nevo, Director Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa, Israel, Foreign Associate NAS
  1862. Nadine Newlight, Director, Maui Individualized Learning Center
  1863. Rebecca Ng, Freshwater Conservation Biologist / World Wildlife Fund - US
  1864. Dr. Nghi Nghiem, Chartwell/UCD Health System
  1865. S Scott Nicholas, Practicing allergist and teacher of clinical Allergy & Immunology, Univ of Minnesota
  1866. Andrew Nichols, concerned citizen, Contractor, Scientific Construction
  1867. J Doland Nichols, Associate Professor, Soutern Cross University, Australia
  1868. Eleanor H. Nickles, CPA (retired), Minnesota
  1869. William. Nickles Sr., Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, St. Cloud State University
  1870. David Nicodemus, US Citizen & Voter
  1871. Rael Nidess, M.D., Retired Physician, TX
  1872. Alan Nighorn, Associate Professor, ARL Division of Neurobiology, Univ of Arizona
  1873. Jeroen Nijwening, PhD student, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  1874. Norman Nik, visualiser/writer, Graphic Designer
  1875. Michelle Nishiguelu
  1876. William D. Nix, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University (NAS, NAE, AAAS)
  1877. John Nobis, educator
  1878. Luke Mackley Noble, genetics graduate student, University of Melbourne, Australia
  1879. Prof. Mark Noble, stem cell biologist, neurobiologist, cancer researcher, University of Rochester
  1880. Daniel Noel, Sr. electrical engineer
  1881. Nicolas Nogoda, aspiring chemist, WV State University
  1882. Kanokwan Nontapot, Grad Student, Physics, Virginia Tech
  1883. Lasse Nordal Enevoldsen, Master in Astrophysics and Mathematics, Denmark
  1884. Dr. Jon Norenburg, Researcher, Marine biologist, Washington DC
  1885. Richard B. Norgaard, former President, International Society for Ecological Economics
  1886. Margaret Norris, Fine Print Publication Services, Science Writer
  1887. Alex North, Bio/Psych major at William Penn University
  1888. Alan D. Northcutt, M.D., Pathologist
  1889. Prof. Blaine Norum, Dept. of Physics, University of Virginia
  1890. Deborah Ann Norwood, Mathematics Teacher, Juan Seguin High School, Texas
  1891. Fernando Nottebohm, Neurobiologist, Laboratory of Animal Behavior, Rockefeller University (member of NAS)
  1892. Sergio Novaes, Professor of Physics, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil
  1893. Rudi H. Nussbaum, Prof. Emeritus, Physics and Environmental Sciences, Portland State University, Portland, OR
  1894. Prof. Victor Nussenzweig, NYU School of Medicine
  1895. Marie Nydam, Graduate Student, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
  1896. Dr. Christopher O'Brien, Department of Anthropology, California State University, Chico
  1897. Erin O'Brien, Postdoc, Plant ecology, UC Santa Barbara
  1898. Kathy O'Brien, Anthropology instructor
  1899. Timothy O'Brien, Project Manager, Minnesota
  1900. Darren O'Connor, Senior Electrical Engineer of SPEC, Inc.
  1901. Jingmai O'Connor, graduate student in residence at the los angeles county museum of natural history through USC
  1902. Dr. John Thomas O'Connor, CEO, H2O'C Engineering
  1903. Kathleen O'Connor, Biologist
  1904. Patricia O'Connor, Psychologist, St. Louis
  1905. Dan O'Dea, Biology department, Central Connecticut State University
  1906. Dr. Daniel John O'Donnell, Retired Technical Manager, ConocoPhillips. PhD Org Chem, Okla. St. Univ. 1978
  1907. Michael O'Donnell, Principal Lecturer, Dept. of Biology, Trinity College
  1908. David O'Fallon, president. MacPhail Center for Music, Minneapolis
  1909. Steve L. O'Kane, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, University of Northern Iowa
  1910. Edward O'Malley, student in geology department, Richard Stockton College
  1911. Michael Joseph O'Neil, Technologist
  1912. Claire O'Quin, Graduate Student Biological Sciences-George Washington University
  1913. Dr. Patrick O'Shea, Associate Professor of Music, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
  1914. Dr. Patrick O'Sullivan, Retired Lecturer, SEOES, UnIversity of Plymouth, Author Green Science
  1915. Todd Oakley, UCSB
  1916. Prof. Alan Oates, Institute for Materials Research, Univ. of Salford, U.K.
  1917. Jared Ocampo, Hoover High School, San Diego CA
  1918. Dr. Serge Ochanine, Professor of Mathematics, University of Kentucky
  1919. Genevieve Ochs, UF Entomology
  1920. David Oesper, astronomer
  1921. Steven I Ogawa, Principle Designer/Analyst, U.S. ABM Syst., Strategic Defense Initiative, 10-Mw Solar Plant, Barstow
  1922. Dr. John Ogden, Director, Florida Institute of Oceanography, Professor of Biology USF
  1923. Rupert Ogilvie, researcher, UK
  1924. Tomoko Ohta, Professor Emeritus, Evolutionary Biology, National Institute of Genetics, NAS Foreign Member
  1925. Tim Oldread, Public Programs Coordinator, Florida
  1926. Dr. Catherine Oleksiw, Sr. Research & Evaluation Officer
  1927. Kevin Olival, PhD candidate, Columbia University; Dept. Ecology, Evolution, Environmental Biology
  1928. Miguel Olivares, amateur astronomer
  1929. Mark Olive, Researcher, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
  1930. Prof. John Oliver, Emeritus Assoc. Professor of Astronomy, U. Florida
  1931. Rev. David Oliver-Holder, Pastor, Bayfield, Wisconsin
  1932. Elisabeth Olsen, medical school student, Norway
  1933. Dr. Douglas B. Olson, Manager, Chemical Accident Investigations
  1934. Stephen Olszewski, Senior Unix Systems Administrator, Hi5.com
  1935. Paul Oman, University of Minnesota Alumni
  1936. Vance Opperman, CEO, Key Investment, Inc.
  1937. Jane Orbuch, Science Teacher/San Lorenzo Valley High School
  1938. Jeff Orchard, Asst. Prof., School of Computer Science, Univ. of Waterloo
  1939. Lelio Orci, Dept of Cell Physiology and Metabolism, Univ. of Geneva, foreign assoc. NAS
  1940. Dr. Alessio Orlandi, Graduated at University of Bologna, Italy
  1941. Prof. Ron Orlando, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Georgia
  1942. Dr. Jonathan F. Ormes, Director, Denver Research Institute
  1943. Abby Mechelle Orner, RN
  1944. Prof. Esther Orozco, Department of Experimental Pathology, C]INVESTAV IPN, Mexico
  1945. Skip Orr, Independent researcher - astronomy and cosmology.
  1946. John Orrock, Ecologist, University of California, Santa Barbara
  1947. Frank Orson, MD, Assc. Prof. Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
  1948. Dr. Ibo Ortgies, PhD, musicologist, Göteborg University, Sweden
  1949. Debra Orton, geology student
  1950. Charles Osborne, Self employeed engineer
  1951. Douglas Osheroff, Professor of Physics, Stanford University, Nobel Laureate 1996
  1952. David Lee Osterbur, Ph.D./Medical Librarian/Harvard Medical School
  1953. Aaron Ostrovsky, Research Technician, Division of Neurobiology, University of Arizona
  1954. John Oswald, CEG 2291, Engineering Geologist
  1955. Hans Othmer, Professor of Mathematics-- University of Minnesota
  1956. Guy Ottewell, publisher, Universal Workshop, Lyme Regis, England
  1957. Prof. Charles Oviatt, Professor of Geology, Kansas State University
  1958. Kellie Owens, concerned citized, University of Mississippi
  1959. David Ozonoff, Professor of Environmental Health, Boston University School of Public Health
  1960. Kelly O`Quin, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Maryland
  1961. Martta Paavola, Student, University of Tampere, Finland
  1962. William T. Paccone, retired educator, Binghamton University
  1963. Dr. Emilia Carla Pace, Scientific Research & Experimental Development Director - VisDocta Research Medical & Biotechnologic
  1964. Mary Packard, Research Scientist in Biology (ret.) Colorado State Univ.
  1965. Kevin Padian, Professor, Dept. of Integrative Biology, U. C. Berkeley
  1966. Dianna Padilla, Assoc. Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  1967. Jacqueline Padilla-Gamino, Ph.D. candidate; Dept of Oceanography, Univ of Hawai`i
  1968. Louise Page, Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of Victoria, Canada
  1969. Shelley J. Page, R.N., Volunteer for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  1970. Warren Page, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, New York City College of Technology, CUNY
  1971. Elaine M. Pagliaro, JD, MS - Adjunct Professor, Quinnipiac University & Assistant Director, CT Forensic Science Lab
  1972. Dr. Gwendoline Pajot, Research Engineer in Geophysics, PhD, Orleans, France
  1973. Kirby Palm, retired engineer
  1974. Dr. Ronald Alan Palmer, Senior Research Associate, Mississippi State University
  1975. Peder Palmstierna, Science teacher, Gottsunda school, Uppsala, Sweden
  1976. Prof. Stephen R. Palumbi, Professor of Biological Sciences, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
  1977. Rodolf Pan, Graduate Student, Dept of Zoology, Univ of Hawai`i
  1978. Benton Kealii Pang, biologist, rep. for `Ahahui Malama I Ka Lokahi, Native Hawaiians for the Conservation of Ecosystems
  1979. Vassili Papavassiliou, Assoc. Prof., Physics Dept., New Mexico State Univ
  1980. Prof. Giorgio Parisi, Physics Department, Rome I university, Italy, NAS foreign associate
  1981. Robert L. Park, author of weekly What's New, Professor of Physics, Univ. of Maryland
  1982. Eugene Parker, Distinguished Service Professor emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Chicago
  1983. Lynne Parker, artist and graphic designer for a university press
  1984. John Parkman, Investor, Book Reader, Minnesota
  1985. Barbara H. Partee, Professor Emerita, UMass Amherst; member NAS
  1986. Dr. Nadia Patino, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis (France) - Dpt Chemistry
  1987. Ben Patterson, Concerned Canadian, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo
  1988. John W. Patterson, emeritus professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University
  1989. Paul Patton, Research Assistant Professor in Neurobiology at Bowling Green State University
  1990. William C. Patzert, Environmentalist and Climatologist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  1991. Virginia M. Paulsen, Ph.D., retired sociologist
  1992. John Paulson, CEO, MakeMusic, Inc.
  1993. Megan Paustian, Ph.D. candidate, BEES Program, University of Maryland
  1994. Joshua Paxton, musician, amateur science geek, Louisiana
  1995. Ilana Payes, Australian student, University of Melbourne
  1996. Thomas G. Peacock, Oceanographer, University of South Florida, College of Marine Science
  1997. John Pearse, Professor Emeritus, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1998. Dr. Vicki Pearse, President, American Microscopical Society
  1999. Christian Pedersen, Ecosophist, Ph.D. candidate, Penn State University
  2000. William L. Pedersen, Hospital Administrator (ret), B.S., University of Minnesota, 1964; MPH, Yale University, 1970
  2001. Scott Pederson, S. Dakota State U.
  2002. Dr. Joseph Pedlosky, Department of Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole
  2003. Dr. H. Milton Peek, retired Los Alamos National Lab staff member
  2004. Amanda Peet, University of Toronto physics professor
  2005. Gordon Pegue, Secretary, The Albuquerque Astronomical Society
  2006. Cherie Peirce, I represent the cancer survivors for scientific advancement of genetic cures for cancer
  2007. Kip Peltoniemi, BJLk Software, Minnesota
  2008. David F. Pence, MS, Diving Safety Officer of the Universith of Hawaii
  2009. Gary Pence, Prof (Emer) of Pastoral Theology, Lecturer in Greek, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley
  2010. Akshay Pendyal, Medical student
  2011. Jay Penniman, Seabird Biologist, PCSU, Univ of Hawaii/Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
  2012. Dr. John Pepper, Professor of Biology, University of Arizona
  2013. Michael Peracchio, Biology Teacher, Windsor High School, CT
  2014. Prof. Pedro Santos Pereira, Entrepreneur & Scientist / Gremio Fenix, Lisbon, Portugal
  2015. Marian Peris, PhD researcher, Molecular Biologist
  2016. David D. Perkins, Professor of Biology (Emeritus), Stanford University, member National Academy of Sciences
  2017. Dana Perrin, biologist working for a large pharmaceutical company that does no testing on animals
  2018. Kimberly Perry, Genetics and Chemistry Teacher, Kirtland High School, Ohio
  2019. Prof. Renee Perry, California State University, Monterey Bay
  2020. John Persichilli, Astronomer - James Cook University
  2021. Robert Persons, Business owner of electronic media company
  2022. Paul Persson, System manager, Helsingborg, Sweden
  2023. Dr. Mihaela Pertea, Scientist, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, University of Maryland
  2024. Dr. Joseph E. Pesce, Adjunct Professor, Physics & Astronomy, George Mason University
  2025. Hartmut Peters, oceanographer
  2026. Susan Peters, UNC Charlotte
  2027. Lutz Petersen, Dipl.-Phys., LMU Munich, Germany
  2028. Maxine Petersen, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Lecturer, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
  2029. Paula J. Petersen, M.Ed, Biology Instructor, Faulkner State College, Mobile County Public Schools
  2030. Prof. Charlotte Peterson, University of Kentucky
  2031. Dr. Sindra Peterson, Ass. Prof, Biochemistry, Lund University, Sweden
  2032. Forrest Pettengill, writer, NH
  2033. Kim A. Pfeiffer, Science Teacher, Comstock Park, MI
  2034. Richard Pfeiffer, Philosophy Student, California Institute of Integral Studies
  2035. Joe Pharaon, physics undergrad, Virginia Tech
  2036. Dr. Aimee Phillippi, Unity College
  2037. Diana Phillips, researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
  2038. Susan Phillips, Research Audiologist at UNC-Greensboro, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders
  2039. Tanya Phillips, high school science teacher, retired, Exploratorium coach to new science teachers
  2040. Robert Phinney, Professor Emeritus, Dept of Geosciences, Princeton University
  2041. Dr. Vipaporn Phuntumart, Assistant Prof.,Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
  2042. Jennifer Piatek, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Tennessee
  2043. Prof. Mary Picone, EHESS (Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences), Paris
  2044. Bonnie Pierce, student, SUNY Cobleskill, NY
  2045. Melissa Pierce, student/Roger Williams University
  2046. Dan Pietsch, Engineering student at the University of Iowa
  2047. Helen Pigg, Retired Public School Teacher, Texas
  2048. Dr. Colin Piggin, Crop and Forage Agronomist, Canberra, Australia
  2049. Dr. Meade Pimsler, Defense Contractor
  2050. Dr. Robert Pionke, Professor Emeritus-Univ.of WI, River Falls, Sociology, Seeker of truth via the scientific method
  2051. Aurelien Pipparelli, PhD Student, Lab �Biology, Engineering & Imaging of corneal graft� Faculty of Medicine
  2052. Felix Arnold Edward Pirani, Emeritus Professor of Rational Mechanics, University of London
  2053. Kate Pisano, student/researcher, University of Rhode Island and Bermuda Institute of Oceanic Sciences
  2054. Jose Piscoya, UNC School of Medicine; MS-2
  2055. Eric Pitts, Chef, Alabama
  2056. Evelyn Plait, Wife, mother, grandmother.....WOMAN
  2057. Dr. Philip Plait, astronomer and science activist
  2058. Dr. David Plank, retired
  2059. Vladimir Podosinov, Virginia Tech, Electrical Engineer
  2060. Elizabeth Podowski, integrated undergraduate/graduate program, Biology, Penn State University
  2061. Timothée Poisot, MSc, University of Paris 06, Marine station of Banyuls
  2062. Janet Poling, author
  2063. David Politzer, Caltech, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004
  2064. Kathryn Pollak, Associate Professor, Duke University Medical Center
  2065. Melody L. Polson, English teacher, Gibson Middle School, Las Vegas, NV
  2066. Robin Polt, Ph.D., Dept. of Chemistry, The University of Arizona
  2067. Thomas Pool, Lab Coordinator
  2068. Adam Poole, student, Adelaide, Australia
  2069. Thomas J Poole, University of Washington
  2070. Mason Porter, Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Physics, California Institute of Technology
  2071. Theodore A. Postol, Prof. of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy, MIT
  2072. Anna Potempska, PhD, neurochemist
  2073. Rosamond Potter, Retired College Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago
  2074. Bill Potts, Author, Bushopedia, and President, Humanist Association of the Greater Sacramento Area
  2075. Emily Potts, Graduate Assistant, Chemistry Dept, University of Maryland
  2076. Christopher Powell, Technologist (Electrical-Mechanical Engineer), Baker Hughes
  2077. Prof. Thomas M. (Zack) Powell, Dep't of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  2078. George Power, Student, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  2079. Sarah Power, researcher, University of Western Australia
  2080. Anthony John Powers, Technologist, Pall Corporation
  2081. Cheryl Powers, science educator
  2082. K. Pralle
  2083. Dr. Promod Pratap, Associate Prof. Univ. of North Carolina at Greensboro Dept of Physics and Astronomy
  2084. Ruth Prentice, retired teacher, Florida Retired Educators Assoc.
  2085. Paul Prescott, Ph.D., Maine
  2086. Dr. Harry Prest, physical chemist, with academic and industrial experiences
  2087. David J. Preston, Research Specialist, Bishop Museum
  2088. Dr. Richard Prigodich, Professor and Chairman of Chemistry, Trinity College
  2089. Gloria M Primera, Retired Professor, San Antonio College
  2090. Brianna Probasco, student of Rutgers University Chemistry Dept.
  2091. Donald Prothero, Prof. Caltech and Occidental College
  2092. Amy Puett, Senior-Music/German departments, University of Texas
  2093. Marilyn A. Pugh, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology, Texas Wesleyan University
  2094. Nina Puhipau, Biodynamic Agriculture Hawai'i
  2095. Richard Purple, Prof. Emeritus, Univ. of Minnesota Medical School, Physiology, Neuroscience and Ophthalmology
  2096. Laurie Pycroft, Founder of Pro-Test, a British organisation supporting medical research on animals
  2097. Rebecca Pyles, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University
  2098. Stacia Quarto, educator
  2099. Prof. Eliot Quataert, Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  2100. Billy Quealy, 30 year advocate for healthy people, wildlife habitats and vegetarian education
  2101. Dr. Carl Quertermus, Professor of Biology, University of West Georgia
  2102. Bethany E Quinn, President, PresentsForThePlanet.org Secular Humanists
  2103. Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh, Coordinator, AcademicsForJustice.org
  2104. Mary Jo Rabe, librarian, Germany
  2105. Prof. Stuart Raby, Department of Physics, The Ohio State University
  2106. Cary Rader, Math Professor, Ohio State University
  2107. David Radovsky, Retired Physician
  2108. Joachim Raeder, Associate Professor of Physics, UNH
  2109. Thomas R. Raffel, Ph.D. Biology Program, Penn State University
  2110. Michele / Raggi, Biomedical Engineer - INAIL Prosthesis Centre, Research Department
  2111. Kris T Raghubir, student, York University, Canada
  2112. Nima Raghunathan, Program Associate, Amazon Program, WWF
  2113. Robert Raguso, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Arizona
  2114. Pasko Rakic, Prof. of Neuroscience, Dir. Kavli Institute, Yale University, Member National Academy of Sciences
  2115. Andrew Richard Ralston, JD, PhD
  2116. Marilyn Ramenofsky, Professor, Section of Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior, University of California-Davis
  2117. Francisco Ramos Stierle, PhD Student on Astrophysics, UC Berkeley
  2118. Prof. Norman Ramsey, Engineering and Applied Science, Harvard University
  2119. Robin Ramstad, Undergraduate MSc. student in Engineering Physics at Lule� University of Technology, Sweden
  2120. Battini Sreenivas Rao, B.S.Rao, President, Progressive Organisation of People[P.O.P], Andhra Pradesh, India
  2121. Sarah Raskin, Associate Professor Psychology and Neuroscience, Trinity College
  2122. Craig E. Rasmussen, Ph.D., Los Alamos National Laboratory
  2123. Rothermel Raymond, Geologist (retired - formerly California State Government)
  2124. Martin Rayner, Professor, Univ of Hawaii School of Medicine
  2125. Michael Razzino, Student in the Virginia Tech physics department
  2126. Christopher Reader, Senior Software Developer, Masters Student - Grand Valley State University
  2127. Sara Reardon, New Scientist
  2128. Lucila Reccia
  2129. Melissa Redfield, PISCO Intertidal Technician / University of California at Santa Cruz
  2130. Bruce Reed, Staff Engineer, Idaho National Environmental and Engineering Laboratory (ret)
  2131. Chuck Reed, Machine Operator, West Virginia
  2132. Dr. Floyd Reed, Research Associate, Department of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park
  2133. Dr. Harold Reed, Microbiologist
  2134. Mark Reed, Professor of Geology, University of Oregon
  2135. Merilee Reed, RN
  2136. Douglas E. Rees, Editor and Publisher, Beatitude Press
  2137. Jaclyn Reeves-Pepin, National Association of Biology Teachers
  2138. Elizabeth Regan, IRB Administrative Chair, Massachusetts General Hospital
  2139. Charles Eugene Reid, Research Analyst
  2140. Dave Reid, PhD Student, Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering, University of Glasgow
  2141. Matthew Reidenbach, Ph.D., post-doctoral researcher, Dept. of Integrative Biology, U.C. Berkeley
  2142. Philipp Reineck, physics student, University of Munich (LMU), Physics Department
  2143. Morten Reintz, M.Sc., Bodø University College, Bodø Norway
  2144. Prof. George Reiter, Physics Department, University of Houston
  2145. Greg Rendahl, farmer, Minnesota
  2146. Charles Repath, Plant and Wetland Ecologist, Private Environmental Consulting Firm
  2147. Charles Repath, M.S., Botanist, Weed, Wetland and Restoration Ecologist
  2148. Harald Reuter, Prof. (emer) of Pharmacology; Univ. of Bern, Switzerland, Foreign Assoc. National Acad of Sciences
  2149. Jase Rex, student, University of California, Santa Barbara
  2150. Agustin Reyes, author, Indiana
  2151. Damian Reynolds, A Student of chemistry at UC Berkeley
  2152. Edwin Reynolds, Student, Penn State University
  2153. Thomas Reznick, Undergraduate Student of Science and Technology Studies, Organic Chemistry TA, Colby College
  2154. Karin Rhines, science writer, NY
  2155. Cody Rhodes, student
  2156. Dr. Sylvia Rhue, Sexologist, Director of Religious Affairs National Black Justice Coalition
  2157. Mary Rice, Senior Research Scientist Emeritus
  2158. Phillip Rice, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  2159. William Richardson, Retired, Environmental Engineer, USEPA
  2160. Dr. Robert Richmond, Researcher, Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  2161. Dr. Matther Richter, Small Business Owner, FES LLC
  2162. Bill Rickard, Lab Technician, Iowa State University
  2163. Chad Rienstra, Department of Chemistry, University of Illinois
  2164. John L. Rietman, P.G. Geologist
  2165. Jesse Riggle, Artist
  2166. Paul Riley, Engineering Manager for Small-Appliance Manufacturer
  2167. Joe Ritter, Research Scientist, Physicist, University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy
  2168. Prof. Matt Ritter, Biology Department, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
  2169. Prof. Daniel Rittschof, Nicholas Scool of the Environment, Duke University
  2170. Cassandra Jane Rivas, Undergraduate Researcher, University of Texas-Pan American
  2171. Jorge Rivero, Biomed. services company owner
  2172. Suelee Robbe-Austerman, DVM, PhD, USDA, Ames, IA
  2173. Robert J. Roberts, Retired Professor of Technology, Pittsburg State University
  2174. Gail Roberts, Clinical Laboratory Scientist-University of MN hospital
  2175. Kate Roberts, Research technician, Dept. of Ocean Sciences, University CA, Santa Cruz
  2176. Peter Roberts, metallurgist
  2177. Richard J. Roberts, 1993 Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine
  2178. David Robertson, industrial designer
  2179. Véronique Robigou, Marine geologist
  2180. Dr. Steven Robinow, Associate Professor, Dept. of Zoology, University of Hawaii
  2181. Brian Robinson, Freelance technology & science writer
  2182. Chris Robinson, Trinity University
  2183. Prof. William E. Robinson, University of Massachusetts Boston, Environmental, Earth and Ocean Sciences Dept.
  2184. Meghan Rock
  2185. Dennis Rockwell, Sr.Scientist, BBN Technologies
  2186. Jonathan Pace Rode, Physicist and Retired COO of Rockwell Scientific
  2187. Vaughn E Rodgers, Associate Professor, Chemistry Dept, Viterbo University
  2188. Kelvin Rodolfo, Geology Professor, Dept. of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago
  2189. Miguel Nuno Rodrigues, ISCTE - Instituto Superior de Ci�ncias do Trabalho e da Empresa, Lisbon, Portugal
  2190. Dr. Carol Roehrs, faculty member, school of nursing
  2191. Dr. Robert Roer, Dean-Graduate School & Research, Prof of Biology & Marine Biology, Univ of North Carolina Wilmington
  2192. Deborah Rogers, NSF Graduate Research Fellow, Biological Sciences, Stanford University
  2193. Jessica Rogers, Graduate student, Columbia University
  2194. Mark F. Rogers, graduate student, computational biology, Colorado State University
  2195. Dr. Mary Rogers, Epidemiologist, Dept of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan
  2196. Dr. Scott O. Rogers, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
  2197. Gretchen Rohrs, science teacher, Columbia (Missouri) Public Schools
  2198. Michael Roitman, Assistant Professor, Dept of Math, Kansas State University
  2199. Barbara Rojas, grad student, astronomy, Cornell
  2200. Matthew Rollosson, Certified Neuroscience Registe
  2201. Sandra Romano, Assistant Professor of Marine Biology, University of the Virgin Islands
  2202. Marie-Helene Romeas, teacher, Education Nationale France, French citizen against obscurantism
  2203. Prof. Laurence Romsted, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University
  2204. Dr. Douglas Root, Minnesota
  2205. Michael Jay Rosch, Science Blogger - Skepacabra.com
  2206. Errol Rose, High School Science Teacher, Arizona
  2207. Irwin Rose, Prof. Physiology & Biophysics UC Irvine, Nobel laureate in Chemistry (2004)
  2208. Rod Rose, Journalist
  2209. Liam Rosen, student, University of Puget Sound
  2210. Manuel Rosenbaum, retired biomedical educator, researcher
  2211. Albert T. Rosenberger, Professor of Physics, Oklahoma State University
  2212. Aaron Rosenblatt, Prof. emeritus, University at Albany, School of Social Welfare
  2213. Prof. John Rosenfeld, Professor of Geology, Emeritus, UCLA
  2214. Dr. Robert Rosenstein, Self-Employed Scientific Consultant
  2215. Kenneth Rosenthal, Environmental Educator
  2216. Mel Rosier, Author, UCLA
  2217. Andrew Rosko, Chemical biology student at UC Berkeley
  2218. Cynthia Ross, Marine Biology Student, Glendale Community College
  2219. David Ross, Professor of Mathematics, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  2220. Marco Rossi, researcher
  2221. Fritz Roth, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
  2222. Jean Marie Roth, student researcher at Penn State University
  2223. William C Rothman, Ph.D.,National Cord Blood Program/New York Blood Center
  2224. Nicolas Rousseau, PhD Student Ecole des Mines de Paris (France)
  2225. Dwight Rousu, Engineer, Washington
  2226. Kenneth Rowan, amateur paleontologist
  2227. Matt Rowe, Sam Houston State University
  2228. Dr. Sasha Rubin, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland
  2229. Dr. Ellen Rubinstein, Holmdel, NJ school district
  2230. Maria M. Rubio, ong-time science educator, researcher
  2231. Prof. Ned Ruby, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2232. Eli Ruckenstein, Member of the National Academy of Engineering, National Medal of Science Awardee, SUNY Buffalo
  2233. Jon Rudd, student
  2234. Gary Rudnick, Ph.D., Professor, Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Pharmacology
  2235. Prof. Steven Rudnick, Environmental Earth and Ocean Sciences, Univerisity of Massachusetts Boston
  2236. Penny Rudolph, science writer
  2237. Loyal Rue, Professor of Philosophy, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa
  2238. Adrienne Ruga, GIS Analyst, Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
  2239. Guadalupe Ruiz-Jones, Student, Chaminade Univ, Honolulu, HI
  2240. John E. Rummel, Educator and Science Advocate, Madison Metropolitan School District
  2241. Stuart Russell, Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
  2242. Brenda Rutherford, Concerned CITIZEN, Biological Scientist, University of Florida/IFAS, Plant Pathology
  2243. Doug Ryan, Undergraduate Student of Science, Virginia Tech
  2244. William Ryder, Behavioral Specialist
  2245. Mark Ryne, Spacecraft Navigator
  2246. David Saanderson, Attorney, New Hampshire
  2247. Gail Sabbadini, Biologist, San Diego State University (ret.)
  2248. Nancy Sableski, Manager of Children's Education, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
  2249. Nidhi Sachdeva, MPH Student, Dept. of Health Behavior and Health Education, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  2250. Jeff Sack, Biology Teacher, Valley Regional High School, CT
  2251. Jerome Sackman, Prof. Emeritus of Engineering Science, Dept. Of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
  2252. Prof. Bernard Sadouelt, Dept of Physics, UC Berkeley
  2253. Dr. John Sadowsky, Research mathematician, adjunct faculty, Johns Hopkins University
  2254. Diane Saffitz, Pharmacist (retired)
  2255. Dr. Mark Saffitz, Physician
  2256. Carl Safina, Adjunct Professor, Stony Brook University
  2257. Gregory Sahlen, History Faculty Front Range Community College
  2258. Milton H. Saier, Jr, Professor of Biology, UCSD
  2259. Nancy Sajben, Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, CA
  2260. Lee Salisbury, founder/director, Critical Thinking Clubs of Minnesota
  2261. Edwin E. Salpeter, Prof. (Emer), Phys. Sciences, Cornell Univ, member National Academy of Sciences, Royal Society(UK)
  2262. Dr. Freddie R Salsbury, PhD. Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University
  2263. Prof. Steven Salzberg, Horvitz Professor of Computer Sci & Dir, Ctr for Bioinformatics & Computational Biology, U Maryland
  2264. Lorna Salzman, Environmental educator
  2265. Dr. Rita Sambruna, Astrophysicist, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
  2266. Daniel Sampson, DDS, MD, Oral and maxillofacial surgeon
  2267. Massimo Sandal, Ph.D. , Biophysics Researcher, University of Bologna
  2268. Roger Sandberg, instructor, Ortonville Public School, Ortonville, Minnesota
  2269. John Sandlin, Network Analyst, Concerned Citizen
  2270. Dr. Mario Sandri, Italian Amateur Radio Astronomy Group
  2271. Paula Sandusky, USF
  2272. Maria Jos� Santana, Teacher (retired), Almada Portugal
  2273. Raul Santelices, Georgia Tech PhD Student
  2274. Ibon Santiago, Physics Graduate Student. University of Texas at Austin
  2275. Ricardo Santiago, Delegate, Free People's Movement
  2276. John Santos, Amateur astronomer
  2277. José Sarukhán, Professor Emeritus, Institute of Ecology, UNAM, foreign member of the NAS and FMRS
  2278. Ira Sasowsky, Professor, Dept. of Geology & Environmental Science, University of Akron
  2279. Peter Saunders, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, University of London
  2280. Dr. Jean-Pierre Sauvage, CNRS Research Director, Member of the French Academy of Sciences (Chemistry)
  2281. Kathy Savage, High School AP Chemistry Instructor
  2282. Kathy Savage, Chemistry Teacher
  2283. Dr. Vladimir Savinov, Department of Physics, University of Pittsburgh
  2284. Steve Savitch, general contractor, AZ
  2285. Dr. Margaret Savitzky, Thomas Edison Voc/Tech High School, New York
  2286. Jeffrey Scales, Graduate Student, Zoology Dept, Univ of Hawai`i
  2287. Randall J. Scalise, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Physics Department, Southern Methodist University
  2288. Carol Schachinger, Managing Editor, The Biological Bulletin
  2289. Bryan Schaefer, ROV Pilot, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  2290. Cyndy Schaefer, Biologist - Environmental Consulting
  2291. Stephen Schaeffer, Assoc. Prof. Biology, Penn State University
  2292. Stephen W. Schaeffer, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Penn State Univ.
  2293. Prof. Gottfried Schatz, Past President,, Swiss Science & Technology Council
  2294. Barry Scheckner, student
  2295. Karin Schein, Manager, low-income housing
  2296. Leah Schein, Masters student in Primate Conservation, Oxford Brookes University
  2297. Daniel Scheinhaus, retired teacher, musician
  2298. Randy Schekman, Prof of Molecular & Cell Biology, director campus stem cell center, UC Berkeley, member NAS
  2299. Allen Scher, Professor Emeritus, Physiology, University of Washington
  2300. Harold Scheraga, Todd Prof. of Chemistry Emeritus,Cornell University; Member, National Academy of Sciences
  2301. Melissa Schiffman, physician (primary care)
  2302. Robert Schiffmann, researcher
  2303. G. Schiller, Grad Student ,science education, CCNY-CUNY
  2304. Rutger Schimmel, history student, Utrecht University, Gouda, Holland
  2305. Ingo Schlupp, Assistant Professor, Dept of Zoology, University of Oklahoma
  2306. Greg Schmaltz
  2307. Thore Schmechtig, A freedom-loving sympathizer from Germany
  2308. Alan Schmeelk, Robotics technician/Level 210, Michelin Tire Corp/US-1/NETECH
  2309. Dr. Justin Schmidt, Biologist and Natural Historian, Southwestern Biological Institute
  2310. Norm Schmidt, Assoc. Dir., CMSETT at John Carroll University
  2311. Dr. Robert Schmieder, Research Professor, University of Utah
  2312. Christopher J. Schneider, Associate Professor of Biology, Boston University
  2313. Dr. Craig Schneider, Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford
  2314. Dr. Glenn Schneider, Associate Astronomer, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
  2315. Prof. Stephen Schneider, Climatologist, Stanford University, member NAS
  2316. Stephan J. Schoech, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biology, University of Memphis
  2317. Sandra Scholes, RN
  2318. Dr. Jonathan Scholey, Professor of Cell Biology and Biochemistry, UC Davis
  2319. Betsy Schonitzer, teacher, Chicago
  2320. Mark Schorr, Executive Director, Robert Frost Foundation
  2321. Kenneth Schreiber, Biologist, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources
  2322. Jo Schreiweis, Research Assistant, Department of Pharmacology and Physiological Science, Saint Louis University
  2323. Greg Schroeder, Bryozoan taxonomist: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  2324. Sharon Schroers, nurse, MS in Counseling Psychology, SCSU
  2325. Tom Schuessler, Scientific/Spiritual Researcher, Infinity Pie
  2326. Zachary Schuller, student/researcher, Roger Williams University/ Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  2327. Anja Schulze, Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Biology, Texas A&M University at Galveston
  2328. Arthur Schwartz, Retired scientist, Barrow Neurological Institute
  2329. Roberta Schwartz, Teacher, Dwight Englewood School, NJ
  2330. Robert P. Schwarz, PE, Environmental Engineer, Oregon Dept. of Environmental Quality
  2331. Peter J. Schweinsberg, Laboratory Researcher IV, Rutgers University, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
  2332. Jill Schwimmer, Finance Manager, University of Minnesota, Concerned citizen
  2333. Justin Scioli, UCSD
  2334. Katie Scott, Assistant Professor/University of South Florida
  2335. Prof. Matthew Scott, Geneticist/Cancer researcher/Developmental biologist, Stanford, member National Academy of Sciences
  2336. Robert Scott, a chemical engineer who worked for duPont, Olin and Shell Chemical
  2337. Sue Scott, Biology Teacher, St. Paul Academy and Summit School
  2338. Prof. William Scott, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Center for the Molecular Biology of RNA, UCSC
  2339. Alison Scott ButlerQ.C., Director of Canadian Assn of Physicians for the environment (CAPE)
  2340. David Seaborg, evolutionary biologist, World Rainforest Fund
  2341. Nancy Seats, President, Homeowners Against Deficient Dwellings
  2342. Kenneth P. Sebens, Director, Friday Harbor Marine Laboratories, University of Washington
  2343. Jeremy Secaur, Science Teacher, Ohio
  2344. Dr. David Secord, Director, Program on the Environment, University of Washington
  2345. Ronald Sederoff, Professor of Forestry, NC State University, member of National Academy of Sciences
  2346. Nano Seeber, earth scientist at Columbia University, New York
  2347. Eniko Seen, software analyst, EECS, Berkeley
  2348. Michael Segers, High School Physics Teacher, Puyallup WA
  2349. Richard Segers, A Citizen for Reason, Atheists for Human Rights
  2350. Ryan Seidemann, independant researcher
  2351. Rae S. Seitz, M.D., Honolulu, HI
  2352. J Selby, researcher, University of Oxford
  2353. Dr. Daniel Selivonchick, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Food Science & Technology, Oregon State
  2354. Prof. Kristen Sellgren, Astronomy Dept., Ohio State University
  2355. Rebecca Selpien, Student University of Missouri - Rolla
  2356. Will Seng, Lecturer, Technical Communication Program, UC Berkeley
  2357. Prof. A. M. Celal Sengor, Istanbul Technical University, member National Academy of Sciences
  2358. Robert Sennett, Emeritus prof., Civil Engineering, Cal Poly
  2359. Ryan Serio, retail supervising pharmacist for the Duane Reade drug chain
  2360. Dr. Said Serrano, FMVZ UNAM (Mexico)
  2361. Andrew Sessler, Former President of the APS, member of the National Academy of Sciences
  2362. Louis B. Shackleton III, Amateur Astronomer
  2363. Sweta Shah, science student, Physics Dept. Ithaca College
  2364. Karl Shah-Jenner, Photographic Technician (Science)
  2365. K. Alexander Shangraw, MSPH, Sr. Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins University
  2366. Rodney Sheffer, Retired High School Biology Teacher, Bloomington Minnesota Public High Schools
  2367. Mack Shelley, Professor, Iowa State University
  2368. Todd E. Shelly, Entomologist, U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Honolulu, HI
  2369. Gregory Shenk, Biology teacher at the Greater Hartford Academy of Math and Science
  2370. Benjamin Shepard, Graduate Student, Department of Biology, University of Louisiana
  2371. Anna Sher, Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Denver
  2372. Dr. Fred Sherberger, Entomologist (ret), Fernbank Science Center, Atlanta GA, Concerned citizen educated in the sciences
  2373. Dr. Fred Sherman, University of Rochester Medical Center, member NAS
  2374. Dawn Sherry, Assistant Professor of Biology Macon State College
  2375. Ahmad Shirzad, Civil Engineer living in Netherlands
  2376. Elie A. Shneour, Professor & Research Director
  2377. Joel D. Shore, research scientist, Rochester, NY
  2378. Shawn Shotzberger, Senior Environmental Scientist AKR F
  2379. Lauren Showalter, Graduate Student, Biology, University of Alabama
  2380. Kristin Shrader-Frechette, O'Neill Family Professor, University of Notre Dame
  2381. C.K. Shum, Professor, School of Earth Sciences, Ohio State University
  2382. Sergey Shuvalov, Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, St.Petersburg, Russia
  2383. Vinay Siddappa, MD, Physician, Medical Educator
  2384. Farida P. Sidiq, Graduate Student in Molecular Biology, BGSU
  2385. Brian Sidlauskas, Post-Doctoral Fellow, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, Duke University
  2386. Anthony Siegman, Prof. of Engineering (emer), Stanford, member Nat'l Academy of Engineering, Nat'l Academy of Science
  2387. Kerry Sieh, Professor of Geology, Caltech, member of NAS
  2388. Dr. Michael Silberstein, Assoc Prof of Philosophy of Science at Elizabethtown College & Univ. of Maryland
  2389. Gabriel Silk, Undergraduate, University of British Columbia
  2390. Mary Silver, Professor of Ocean Sciences, UCSC
  2391. Jeffrey Silverman, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley Astronomy Department
  2392. Jeffrey Silverman, Senior Software Developer, The Johns Hopkins University
  2393. Alex Simmons, Data Analyst, Department of Psychiatry, Children's Medical Center Dallas
  2394. Donna M. Simmons, Neuroscientist, Visiting Scholar, University of Southern California
  2395. Gregory Simonian, High School Student-Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies
  2396. Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension
  2397. Frank Simpson, Dept. Chair, Miles High School Science Dept.
  2398. Laura Simpson, Electrical Engineer, BEI
  2399. Patt Sims, Director of Science Department, Presidio High School, Texas
  2400. Prof. Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University
  2401. Maja Barbara Sinn, graduate student at university of Bochum, Germany
  2402. Dorothy Skates
  2403. Naomi Sklar, M.D., family practice and sports medicine physician
  2404. Ardea Skybreak, author of Science of Evolution
  2405. Rhoda Slauger, ESL teacher
  2406. Charles Sleicher, Prof. & Chair Emeritus, Dept. of Chemical Engr., University of Washington
  2407. David Slipy, Former City Council and School Board member, Minnesota
  2408. Jessica Sloan, medical student, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2409. Erick Slomkowski, Meteorologist, United States Air Force
  2410. Martijn Slot, researcher, Wageningen University, Netherlands
  2411. Barbara Slott, Former wildife biologist/ Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  2412. Steven Smiley, Cadet, USMA
  2413. Dr. Brad K Smith, Chairperson, Math/Science Division, Skagit Valley College
  2414. Cha Smith, E.D., KAHEA, an NGO working to protect Hawai'i's environment and Native Hawaiian cultural rights
  2415. Cheryl Smith, A truly open mind - one with a deep and abiding respect for all things Scientific and Technological
  2416. Dr. David Smith, Director of Professional Development, Da Vinci Science Center
  2417. Don Smith, Member, Sr Technical Staff, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Retired
  2418. Felix E Smith
  2419. Ivan Smith, Lifelong Science Advocate, Home/Backyard Practioner
  2420. Johnny Smith, College Graduate, Kentucky
  2421. Jonathan Smith, Regional Director, Florida Citizens For science
  2422. Joshua Smith, Undergraduate Philosophy and Art Studio Student at the University of Maryland
  2423. Julian Smith, Professor, Dept of Biology, Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina
  2424. Kelly Smith, Master's Student: BGSU Department of Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology
  2425. Kevin Smith, student/researcher, University of Rhode Island/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  2426. Prof. Michael Smith, astronomy & geology instructor, Front Range Community College
  2427. Dr. Michael E. Smith, Professor of Archaeology, Arizona State University
  2428. Tim Smith, Scientist at Semafore Pharmaceuticals
  2429. Tony Smith, Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Iowa State University
  2430. Virginia Smith, retired nurse
  2431. William Gary Smith, Professional Engineer, URS Corporation
  2432. Douglas K. Smithman, P.E.; President - EMP Engineering Services, Inc.
  2433. Dr. William Snavely, research associate at CEBC, University of Kansas
  2434. Dr. Jessica Sneeden, Ph.D postdoctoral fellow, Section of Microbiology, UC Davis
  2435. Shawna Snodgrass, Clinical Research Specialist/Endologix
  2436. Logan Snow, Undergraduate Student, Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  2437. Dr. Robert C. Snyder, Professional writer
  2438. Tammy Sobotka-Booth, as a concerned citizen of this planet, Science & Math Tutor - Metropolitan Community College
  2439. Tammy Sobotka-Booth, graduate student and science educator
  2440. Jorge O. Sofo, Associate Prof. of Physics, Penn State
  2441. Richard Carl Sohaney, Citizen, Mechanical Engineer
  2442. Prof. Baruch Soifer, Professor of Physics, Caltech
  2443. Phillip Sokolove, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, UMBC
  2444. Dr. Lawrence Solomon, Pediatric Dermatologist
  2445. Steven Solomon, Senior Business Analyst, Kentucky
  2446. George Somero, Stanford, Marine scientist studying effects of temperature change on marine organisms, member of NAS
  2447. Jean Sommer, Professor of Chemistry, University of Strasbourg , France
  2448. Dr. Jason L Sonnenberg, Research Associate in the Chemistry Department of Wayne State University
  2449. Eugene Sorensen, Prof. Philosophy, Literature, Adv. Comp: Rochester (MN) CC & U. Of St. Francis, Joiliet, IL
  2450. Angel Soria, Hoover High School, San Diego CA
  2451. Donald Soucek, Retired Chemistry Professor from Truman College in Chicago
  2452. Paul Soulier, Writer
  2453. Ann Sowd, Hoover High School Science Teacher, North Canton OH
  2454. Prof. Glenn A. Sowell, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Nebraska at Omaha
  2455. Kimberly Spancake, Ph.D./Scientist II at a CRO
  2456. Ray Spangenburg, Science Writer
  2457. Sydney Spangler, doctoral candidate, CNM, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  2458. James L. Sparks Jr., MSc Field Biologist
  2459. Dr. Nancy A. Speck, Professor of Biochemistry, James J. Carroll Chair of Oncology, Dartmouth Medical School
  2460. Christy Spector, Senior Environmental Scientist, Consultant-water resources, water rights, water quality
  2461. Dr. Wayne Spencer, Conservation Biology Institute
  2462. Dante Spetter, Psychologist & Research Advisor in Behavioral Science
  2463. Haia Spiegel, Earth Space and Environmental Science teacher
  2464. Randall Spires, Senior Program Executive,Truth Out
  2465. William Spizzirri, amateur astronomer
  2466. Raj Srinivasan, a public intellectual, Independent Commission on Health and develpment, New Delhi
  2467. Dr. Shaker B. Srinivasan, University of Minnesota (Retd.)
  2468. Srinivasan G Srivilliputhur, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas
  2469. Louis St-Onge, Ph.D. Researcher, National Research Council of Canada
  2470. Blake Stacey, MIT graduate, writer
  2471. Joy Stacey, Canadian PhD student, Ocean Sciences Centre, Memorial University, Canada
  2472. Susan Stacey, Biochemistry Undergraduate Student/ Memorial University of Newfoundland
  2473. Prof. Stephen Stack, Biology Department, Colorado State University
  2474. Dr. James L Stahl, Associate Scientist , Univ of WI -Madison
  2475. Neil Stahl, Professor of Mathematics, Retired, Univ. of Wi. Fox Valley
  2476. Prof. Henning Stahlberg, UC Davis
  2477. Knut Stahle, student, Elfrida Andreégymnasiet, Swedish Humanist association
  2478. John Stahura, Senior Associate Professor, Biology, Manor College
  2479. Hugh Stamper, Ph.D., Former Director, Division of Extramural Activities, NIMH, NIH, DHHS
  2480. Benjamin Stangle, Student, Mathematics, California Institute of Tehcnology
  2481. Christina Stanley, Stockton Education/Science Major
  2482. Christopher Stanley, Environmental Inspector
  2483. Prof. Richard Stanley, Professor of Applied Mathematics, M.I.T., member of NAS
  2484. Joseph Stans, 747-400 Captain (ret), Minnesota
  2485. Brian V. Staples, President, San Diego Astronomy Association
  2486. Scott Starratt, instructor, Berkeley City College
  2487. Michael Stastny, Doctoral student, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
  2488. C. Tristan Stayton, Professor, Dept of Biology, Bucknell University
  2489. Dr. David Framw Steele, Principal Consultant, Dounreay Consulting, Nuvia Ltd, UK
  2490. Gus Steeves, Reporter, Blackstone Valley Tribune, MA
  2491. John Stein, Defender of Science
  2492. Roy Stein, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Duke University School of Medicine
  2493. Alan Steinbach, Clinical Professor, Joint Medical Program, UCB School of Public Health
  2494. Wolf Steinberger, Vorstand Bund fuer Geistesfreiheit K.d.oe.R., Munich (org to protect rights of non religious people)
  2495. John Steiner, Instructor, College of Alameda
  2496. Prof. Michael Otto Steinitz, Editor, Canadian Journal of Physics
  2497. Victor Stenger, Emer Prof of Physics and Astronomy, Univ of Hawaii, Adjunct Prof of Philosophy, Univ of Colorado
  2498. Dr. Iain Stenhouse, Director of Bird Conservation, Audubon Alaska
  2499. Sarah Stephen, high school student, Texas
  2500. Dr. Emma Stephens, Assistant Professor of Economics, Pitzer College
  2501. Dr. Robert Stephens, Pres. Darwin Day Celebration at www.darwinday.org
  2502. Blake Stevison, Oklahoma State University
  2503. Dan Stewart, Attorney, Minnesota
  2504. Jamila Stewart, Student at Los Medanos College
  2505. John Stewart-Savage, Professor of Reproductive Biology, Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Orleans
  2506. Johannes Stigler, MSc Student, UCD Dublin
  2507. Jonathon Stillman, Assistant Professor, Ecological Physiology, San Francisco State University
  2508. Lacey Stinson, artist, painter
  2509. Hamille St�phane, Data processing engineer
  2510. Prof. Philip Stoddard, Dept Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  2511. Benjamin Stokes, law student, George Washington University Law School
  2512. Jeremy Stoller, Senior Graphic Artist, California Science Center and President, Guild of Natural Science Illustrator
  2513. Fred Stone, Univ of Hawai`i faculty, retired
  2514. Kendall Stone, environmental science student at Virginia Tech.
  2515. Gilbert Stork, Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, Columbia University
  2516. Kate Storm, Director of Experience Development, COSI Columbus
  2517. Dr. Roland H. Stote, CNRS, Strasbourge, France
  2518. Ann M Stowe, Fellow, Dept. of Neurological Surgery, Washington University
  2519. Mark Straka, student (Sac City, Iowa), Cultural Studies, SUNY/Empire State College
  2520. Christy Strand, Cal Poly
  2521. Prof. Richard Strathmann, University of Washington, Dept. of Biology
  2522. Prof. Herbert L. Strauss, Dept of Chemistry, Univ. California, Berkeley
  2523. Michael Strauss, Astrophysics Professor, Princeton University
  2524. Walter Strauss, Professor of Mathematics, Brown University
  2525. Dr. Kenneth Street, Principal Scientist, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Australia
  2526. Dr. Robert E. Streitmatter, Astrophysicist, retired, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  2527. Prof. Steve Stricker, Dept. of Biology, Univ. of New Mexico
  2528. Rachel Strickler, graduate student, San Francisco State University
  2529. Scott Stromberg, Undergrad geology student at UC Berkeley
  2530. Prof. Susan Strome, MCD Biology, UCSC
  2531. Dr. Carey Stronach, President, Virginia Association of Scholars, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, Virginia State University
  2532. John O. Strong, MD Researcher
  2533. Lawrence Michael Stroup, Undergraduate Student, Purdue University
  2534. Walter Stroup, Chair, Science and Mathematics Education Graduate Studies Committee, The Univ of Texas at Austin
  2535. Linda Strubbe, PhD student, UC Berkeley
  2536. Chris Struble, Software QA Engineer
  2537. Elaine Jean Struthers, Ph.D., OTR/L, Island Occupational Therapy, Director/ Owner
  2538. Robert Butler Stuebing, Research Associate
  2539. Robyn Stutchbury, Consultant science communicator and writer
  2540. Amy Stutz, Graduate Student, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
  2541. Peter Suber, Research Professor of Philosophy at Earlham College and Visiting Fellow at Yale Law School
  2542. Namiko Suga, librarian and researcher for a technology market research company
  2543. David Sulock, student and researcher, NCSU Computational Physics
  2544. Peter Suls, non-confessional moral education teacher, Ghent, Belgium
  2545. Richard Sundby, Tour Director, concerned citizen for the advancement of science
  2546. Marcia Sundquist, MS. Agrl. Economics, Michigan State University, Retired teacher, researcher
  2547. Joseph Nicholas Supplee, A freshman at Rutgers University
  2548. Martha H. Surridge, Program Officer, WWF-US; M.S. Sustainable Development & Conservation Biology, University of Maryland
  2549. Harry Sutton, Computer consultant
  2550. Daniel Suzuki, Speech Pathologist
  2551. Shanna Swan, Professor, University of Rochester
  2552. Jennifer Swann, Associate Professor, Lehigh University
  2553. Prof. Eric Scott Swanson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh
  2554. Karen Sweazea, Arizona State University
  2555. Mark Duane Sweeney, Research Engineer
  2556. Susan Swensen, Associate Professor of Biology, Ithaca College
  2557. Ginger Switzer, MSN, ARNP, COHN-S, private practice, Bellevue, WA
  2558. Josh Swore
  2559. Francis Sworsky, Retired Biology Teacher, St. Francis High School, Minnesota
  2560. Leslie Sworsky, Business Education Teacher, St. Francis High School, Minnesota
  2561. Aaron O. Synsteby, Chemist in Willowbrook, IL.
  2562. Walter S. Szymanski Jr, retired union rep
  2563. John Christopher Szymkowski, Engineer for Integral 3D
  2564. Ilona Sørensen, Researcher Technical University of Denmark
  2565. Ashley Tabb, student studying physics at Virginia Tech
  2566. Glenn Talaska, Professor of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
  2567. Colleen Talbot, PhD, Assoc. Prof. Biology, CSU San Bernardino
  2568. Antoine Taly, Researcher at the University of Strasbourg (France)
  2569. Claudia Tamez, Undergraduate Researcher, University of Texas-Pan American
  2570. Saleh Tanveer, Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University
  2571. Doug Tarnopol, Instructional Designer, Tarnopol Learning Services, LLC
  2572. Sandy Taronno, Student/Musician/Model, University of Winnipeg, Canada
  2573. Geoffrey Alan Tassicker, highly evolved, intelligent Atheist, Computer Programmer
  2574. Ozgur Tataroglu, graduate student, University of Virginia
  2575. Marc Tattar, Research Engineer -- Xerox
  2576. Michael Tauraso, Undergraduate Student in Computer Science at Harvey Mudd College
  2577. Andrew Taylor, Researcher, University of Manchester
  2578. Grant D. Taylor, Health Physicist, Radiation Safety Consultant, Vermont
  2579. Dr. Jennifer Taylor, Postdoctoral Fellow, Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  2580. Keith R. Taylor , San Diego Association for Rational Inquiry
  2581. Jeremy Tchou, student, Earth and Planetary Science & Economics, Harvard University
  2582. Dr. Patrick Tchou, Cleveland Clinic
  2583. Raymond Tchou, Technology Consultant, Self Employed, Concerned Citizen
  2584. Brian Tell, President, Shadeplex, LLC
  2585. Robert Tell, Retired Health Care Executive and Professor of Health Policy
  2586. Madeleine Teller, student, Mathematics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  2587. Daniel Temianka, MD, Retired internist
  2588. Tristan Tempest, Philosophy teacher at Metapontum, Stockholm, Sweden
  2589. Robert Temple, Student of Game Software Development, Westwood College
  2590. Kalinke ten Hulzen, Dr.
  2591. Luis Tenorio, Prof. Mathematics, Colorado School of Mines
  2592. Jack Tessier, Assistant Professor of Biology, Central Connecticut State University
  2593. Suzanne P. Thacker, Science Department Chair, Klein Collins High School
  2594. Patrick Thaddeus, Professor of Astronomy and Applied Physics, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
  2595. Sebastian Thaler, Doubleday Entertainment
  2596. Claude Thatcher, Meteorologist (Ret)
  2597. Donald M. Thea, M.D.,MSc. Boston University School of Public Health
  2598. Edward Theil, Staff Sr. Scientist (ret.), LBNL, Univ. of California
  2599. Jacques L�on Theodor, Dr of the Univ. of Paris (science). Actually collaborating with the Laboratory of Zetetics
  2600. Katherine Thibault, Nat'l Ecological Observatory Network
  2601. Chris Thomas, concerned citizen
  2602. David W Thomas, PhD Associate Professor University of the Pacific
  2603. E. Donnall Thomas, Nobel laureate, 1990, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  2604. Jason A. Thomas, Graduate Student, University of New Mexico
  2605. W.H. Thomas, University of Hawaii
  2606. Jessica Renee Thomason, Science Teacher, North Carolina
  2607. Dr. Edward Lyon Thompson, veterinarian
  2608. Elizabeth Thompson, Student of Holistic Nutrition, Clayton's College of Natural Health
  2609. Dr. James F. Thompson, Assoc. Prof. of Biology, Austin Peay State University, Biology Dept.
  2610. Joe Dalton Thompson, arboretum specialist
  2611. Ross Thompson, database developer, amateur scientist
  2612. Dr. Alain Thorel, Research Professor, Ecole des Mines de Paris
  2613. Barry Thornton
  2614. John Tice, ACLU of Southern California
  2615. Richard Tice, Mdiv, Ret, The United Methodist Church
  2616. Dale Timmons, President, ARI Technologies, Inc. (Hazardous & Radioactive Waste Destruction Technology Development)
  2617. Dr. Brandon Tingley, Institute of Astronomy, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
  2618. Jennifer Tinianow, student, Drexel University
  2619. Alexandra Toader, student, Karl Franzens Universität Graz
  2620. Tanner Tobiason, computer science student, Whatcom Communtiy College
  2621. Ioana Noemy Toma, President, Association Pro Vita Universale, Romania
  2622. Andrea Tombros, Lead Manufacturing Engineer
  2623. Dr. John E. Tomkiel, Assistant Professor Biology, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  2624. Dr. Paula Tompkins, Professor of Communication Studies, St. Cloud State University
  2625. Barbara Toomey, Natural Science Program Manager Berkshire Museum
  2626. Byron Toothman, research technician UNCW Center for Marine Science and Research
  2627. Bill Torbitt, University of Namibia
  2628. Dr. Darius Hosseinzadeh Torchinsky, Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT Physics
  2629. Marie Torrisi, Tutor - Teacher
  2630. Katie Lee Toth, biological scientist
  2631. Dr. Robert Totten III, PhD.
  2632. Brandon Tyler Touchet, researcher/student, Physics Dept, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  2633. David Tousley, IT Professional, Minnesota
  2634. Dr. Ted R. Touw, physicist (retired)
  2635. Lloyd Townsend, Jr., Proprietor, Imaginary Records
  2636. Mike Trainor, researcher/student, Roger Williams University, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
  2637. Dr. Regner Trampedach, Dr. in Astrophysics at Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Research Sch of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Australia
  2638. Cawa Tran, Graduate Student, Zoology Dept, Univ of Hawai`i
  2639. Henry Trapido-Rosenthal, Research Scientist, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii
  2640. Cole Trapnell, Graduate Student, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Univ. Maryland
  2641. Ralph Trenary, III, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), Colorado Army National Guard
  2642. Tavan Trent, Professor of Mathematics, University of Alabama
  2643. Suvranta Tripathy, Graduate Student, University of Cincinnati
  2644. Dr. Debra Trock, Collections Manager, Botany Department, California Academy of Sciences
  2645. Ruth Troetschler, Retired biologist
  2646. Joshua Troll, Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  2647. Ryan Trost, Journalist, Graduate Southern Illinois University School of Journalism
  2648. David Trudeau, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Health Sciences
  2649. Dr. John R. True, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, SUNY Stony Brook
  2650. John Robert True, nurse, emt, B.S. Microbiology, Texas A&M Univ.
  2651. Vikki Trupin, DVM, Equine Veterinary Services, TN
  2652. Brian Tsukimura, Professor, Dept of Biology, California State University-Fresno
  2653. Byron Tucker, Psychiatrist, Florida
  2654. Fernan Peniero Tupas, Teacher
  2655. Kathryn Turner, Botanic Gardener, University of Hawaii Manoa, Lyon Arboretum
  2656. Natalie Turner, student, University of NE Medical Center, College of Nursing
  2657. Michael Turns, Housing Program Development Specialist, Penn State
  2658. Dr. Sal R. Tuzzo, physician
  2659. Robert J. Twieg, Professor of Chemistry, Kent State University
  2660. Anne Udaloy, Hydrogeologist/owner; Udaloy Environmental Services
  2661. Prof. Jonathan Uhr, Univ.Texas Southwestern Medical School, member National Academy of Sciences
  2662. Richard Uhrich, Engineer, U.S. Navy Research Lab
  2663. Leslie Uke, Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley
  2664. John Ullmann, Hunter College, BFA, 1972
  2665. Jennifer G. Umbehant, future high school science teacher
  2666. Philip Unitt, Ornithologist, Curator, San Diego Natural History Museum
  2667. Linda Unterman, former School Board Member, Dist.429, Pontiac, IL.
  2668. Lesley Urasky, science teacher, Rawlins High School, Wyoming
  2669. US Climate Emergency Council
  2670. Dr. Stephen Uzzo, VP, Science and Technology, New York Hall of Science
  2671. Anna Vainchtein, Professor of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh
  2672. Prof. James Valentine, Professor of Integrative Biology, Emeritus, UC Berkeley, member of NAS
  2673. Susan Valla, wife and mother
  2674. Dr. Sebastiaan Van Beek, Writer, thinker, teacher, Amsterdam Netherlands
  2675. Dona van Bloemen, International Development Cons
  2676. M.A. van der Harst, LL.M. (University of Leyden)
  2677. Michiel Van Dyck, reseacher, University of Antwerp departemnet MTT
  2678. Prof. Antoine Van Gelder, Head of the Dept of Internal Medicine University of Pretoria
  2679. Marc Van Gilst, Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  2680. Lauren Dodge Van Heukelem, Science Major
  2681. Andrea Van Tuyl, Clinical Research Associate/ pharmaceutical company
  2682. Lauren Vandepas, University of Washington
  2683. Dr. David Vanderschel, Retired mathematician (PhD Rice University '70) and computer scientist
  2684. Jessica VanScoy, High School Biology Teacher, NY
  2685. Elizabeth Varki, Department of Computer Science, University of New Hampshire
  2686. Dawn Vaughn, Graduate Student, Department of Biology, University of Washington
  2687. Kevin Vaughn, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Purdue University
  2688. Kris Verburgh, researcher, Antwerp University
  2689. Dr. Christian Verfaille, Ch. Verfaille, M.D., Brussels, Belgium
  2690. Steven Verhey, Cascadia Carbon Institute, Ellensburg, WA
  2691. Dr. P. Verlaan, Adjunct Faculty, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii
  2692. Puneet Verma, ISM, Electronics & Instrumentation, Patna, India
  2693. Paul Vernon-Roberts, Retired High School Teacher, Australia
  2694. Philip Verstrepen, Antwerp, Belgium
  2695. Dr. Edward A. Vessel, Researcher, NYU Center for Neural Science
  2696. Ilya Veygman, Student at Purdue's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  2697. Peter J. Vicente, Clinical Health Psychologist
  2698. Dr. Matthew Vickaryous, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
  2699. Neil Vickers, Software Engineer, Bank of America
  2700. Dr. Michel J Vidal, Research Director/PhD. CNRS/Univ. Montpellier II
  2701. Tracey Villanueva, Homeschool Mother, Texas
  2702. Peter Vincent, PhD Student, Dept. Aeronautics, Imperial College London
  2703. Dr. Robert K. Vincent, Prof. of Geology, Bowling Green State University
  2704. Karen Vinculado, Delegate, Free People's Movement
  2705. Benjamin Vine, Ph.D., Digital imaging specialist
  2706. Dr. Chuck Vita, Environmental Consultant
  2707. Dr. Ellen Vitetta, Prof. and Dir.Cancer Immunobiology Ctr. UT Southwestern Med. Ctr. , member NAS and IOM
  2708. Christian Vlautin
  2709. Carol Vleck, Associate Professor, Iowa State University
  2710. Pia D Vogel, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Southern Methodist University
  2711. Steven Vogel, James B. Duke Professor, Duke University
  2712. Alexey Voinov, Research Professor, Gund Inst. for Ecological Economics, University of Vermont
  2713. Jonathan Voisey, University of Kansas
  2714. John R. Vokey, Professor of Psychology, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
  2715. Kristen Vollrath, San Francisco State University
  2716. Janice Voltzow, Professor of Biology, University of Scranton
  2717. Frederick vom Saal, Professor of Biology, University of Missouri-Columbia
  2718. Michelangelo von Dassow, Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Pittsburg
  2719. Yasmin J. von Dassow, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
  2720. Prof. William von Hippel, University of Queensland, Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
  2721. Ted von Hippel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Physical Sciences, Embry Riddle Aeronautical
  2722. Mary Voorhees, MEMS Process Specialist/, Center for Ocean Technology, University of South Florida
  2723. Tamara Voss, Analytical Chemist, Moss Landing Marine Labs
  2724. Dr. Robert Vrijenhoek, Senior Scientist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  2725. Dr. Dominique Vuillaume, Research Director at CNRS, Instutute for Electronics Microelectronics and Nanotechnology
  2726. Will Waalkes
  2727. Kathleen Wagar, private citizen, retired, Minnesota
  2728. Cameron Wake, Research Associate Professor, Climate Change Research Center, UNH
  2729. Dr. Abraham Waksman, Retired researcher, professor and US Airforce scientist
  2730. Karen Wald-Cohen, International Co-Director, Interns For Peace
  2731. Richard Waldo, Software/Firmware engineer Micron Technology Inc
  2732. Phillip Walker, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara
  2733. Richard Walker, Professor, Geography, University of California
  2734. Terrence Walker, Prof. of Physics, Director The Ohio State University Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics
  2735. Paul K. Wallace, PhD, Department of Pathology, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
  2736. Susan Wallace, Professor, Forensic Science, Baylor University
  2737. Anne Marie Waller, beyond concerned and with good reason, Ohio
  2738. John Waller, Librarian M.L.I.S., Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County
  2739. Randy Wallis, Geologist, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska
  2740. Jim Walsh, Instructor of History, Pearl River Community College
  2741. Prof. Edward Walter, Philosophy (ret), University of Missouri-Kansas City
  2742. Larry Walton, Proctor
  2743. Frederick Marshall Waltz, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, U. of Minnesota
  2744. Fulton Wang, student, University of California-Berkeley
  2745. Kevan Wang, undergraduate student at UC Berkeley majoring in MCB genetics and cognitive neuroscience
  2746. Mark Wannemueller, Recent biology graduate, University of Southern Indiana
  2747. Tom Wansleben, Conservation Biology graduate, Antioch New England University Environmental Studies Department
  2748. Deborah Ward, Faculty, Univ of Hawai`i; Hawai`i Institute of Tropical griculture and Human Resources (CITAHR)
  2749. Meagan Ward, Program in Neuroscience, Emory University
  2750. Naomi Louise Ward, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Biology, University of Wyoming
  2751. Prof. Peter Ward, faculty member Department of Biology, University of Washington
  2752. Brian M. Wargo, Physics & Biology Teacher - Freedom Area High School / PhD Student - Univ of Pittsburgh
  2753. Dr. Cynthia Warner, federal scientist, microbiologist
  2754. Dane Warner, medical student in North Carolina
  2755. David Warner, Professor Emeritus, Ohio Northern University, College of Law
  2756. Dr. Elizabeth A. Warner, B.A. B.Sc. (Hons.) Ph.D.
  2757. Shelly Washburn, Osseo District 279 and Adjunct Instructor, NDSCS, Minnesota
  2758. Elizabeth S. Wasiluk, Planetarium Director, West Virginia
  2759. Richard Wassersug, Professor. Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Dalhousie University
  2760. Gary Wassmer, Associate Professor, Bloomsburg University
  2761. Dr. Myrna Watanabe, Visiting Scientist, University of Connecticut
  2762. James Watkins, M.S., Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Botany, University of Florida
  2763. Prof. David Watson, Department of Psychology, University of Iowa
  2764. Rudie Watzig, GIS Analyst
  2765. Dr. Joseph Wayand, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, John Carroll U.
  2766. Sara Weathers, Student, University of Michigan
  2767. William Weaver, photographer, Minnesota
  2768. Eicke R. Weber, Prof. em. MSE, UC Berkeley, now Prof. of Physics, Univers. Freiburg
  2769. Robin Weber, Scientific Data Manager, Long Marine Lab, University of California, Santa Cruz
  2770. Nathan Webster, PhD student, Chemistry, University of Western Australia
  2771. Neta Wechsler, Dept. of Earth Sciences, USC
  2772. Carole Wedl, general public
  2773. Manfred Weidhorn, Guterman Prof. of English, Yeshiva Univ., author
  2774. David Weikersdorfer, student, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany
  2775. Prof. Robert Weinberg, MIT Department of Biology
  2776. Alan Weinstein, Professor of Physics, Caltech
  2777. Ronald Weintraub, MD, David S. Ginsburg Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
  2778. Rev. William Weir, Unitarian Universalist Clergy, Minnesota
  2779. John F. Weishampel, Professor of Biology at University of Central Florida
  2780. Jean Weiss, PhD. Chemistry Research Director for the CNRS, France
  2781. Martin Weiss, Vice President, Science, New York Hall of Science
  2782. Robert Weiss, Research Tech., Stevens Institute of Technology
  2783. Dr. James M. Welch, Assistant Professor, Wittenberg University Dept. of Biology
  2784. Kenneth Welch, Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Biology at the University of California, Riverside
  2785. Leo Welch, Professor of Biology Southwestern Illinois College
  2786. Q. B. Welch, Retired Public Health Official
  2787. Wm J. Welch, Professor of Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  2788. Gary Allen Wellborn, Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma
  2789. Daniel Welsh, Bowling Green State University Graduate Student in Ecology
  2790. Susan Elizabeth Welsh, Physical Oceanography consultant
  2791. Dr. Kees Welten, Research Chemist, UC Berkeley
  2792. Kwun Wah Wen, med student-University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  2793. Dr. Jonathan Wendel, EEOB Chair, Iowa State University
  2794. Dean Wendt, Assistant Professor, Center for Coastal Marine Science, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
  2795. Paul Wermager, department head, University of Hawaii
  2796. Derek Werner, Independent Performance Studies Scholar, Director, and Performer
  2797. Dr. Alexander John Werth, Professor of Biology, Hampden-Sydney College
  2798. Dr. Andrew West, Astronomer, U. C. Berkeley
  2799. Robert Mac West, President, Informal Learning Experiences Science museum consultant/paleontologist
  2800. Dr. Marilyn Westfall, Board of the American Humanist Association
  2801. Christopher Westman, Student, University of Nebraska at Omaha
  2802. Karen Westphal, Coastal Scientist at LSU/SC&E Special Programs
  2803. Ronald K Wetherington, Professor of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University
  2804. David S. Wethey, Professor of Biological Sciences, South Carolina University
  2805. Dr. Richard Wetzler
  2806. Emily Wexler, SJSU Graduate in Engineering
  2807. Lewis Wexler, Professor Emeritus of Radiology, Stanford University
  2808. Bill Whitcomb, Clinical Data Manager at a radiology service
  2809. Gerald White, Consultant to the federal government in project management of transit projects
  2810. Julie White, Research scientist for National Tropical Botanical Gardens
  2811. Justin White, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health
  2812. Maurice White, Aeronautical Research Scientist (ret.), NASA
  2813. Neil L. White, Prof. Emeritus, Mathematics, University of Florida
  2814. Robin White, Leftfield Advertising
  2815. Rod White, Head of Temperature Standards, Industrial Research Ltd, New Zealand
  2816. Shawn White, Science Educator, Bishop Museum
  2817. Pam Whiting, teacher, Orange Glen High School, science dept., CA
  2818. Edward A Whittaker, Professor of Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology
  2819. Marcus Widenfors, teacher, Malmö, Sweden
  2820. Christopher Wiegand, MD, Arizona
  2821. Brian Wieland, Student, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  2822. Tobias Wieschnowsky, Virginia Tech Computer Science Student
  2823. Loy Wiese, Emeritus Physics Professor, Diablo Valley College
  2824. Paul Wigton II, Geologist, US Geological Survey
  2825. Chaminda Wijesundara, Graduate Student, University of Hawaii
  2826. Diane Wiley, President, National Jury Project Midwest
  2827. Adrian Wilford, Systems Architect, Peregrine Securities, Johannesburg, South Africa
  2828. Mary Wilkerson, Mathematics and Psychology student at Virginia Tech
  2829. James Wilkins, Associate Professor/Director, Sea Grant Legal Program, Louisiana State University
  2830. Prof. Ken Wilkins, Professor of Biology and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies & Research, Baylor University
  2831. Gerald Wilkinson, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park
  2832. Becky Williams, Graduate Student, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  2833. David Williams, Network Engineer in Wrexham, UK
  2834. Doug Williams, UC Berkeley Student
  2835. Greg Williams, publisher, HortIdeas gardening newsletter
  2836. Kimberly A. Williams, Assistant in Research, University of South Florida, College of Marine Science
  2837. Laurel Williams, Child Welfare Attorney
  2838. Lisa Williams, Graduate Student, UC San Diego, Department of Psychology
  2839. Matt Williams
  2840. Richard Williams, Medical Laboratory Worker, Ysbyty Gwynedd (North Wales NHS Trust)
  2841. Ryan Williams, microbiology graduate student, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
  2842. Sheridan Williams, Concerned individual, Bedfordshire England
  2843. R. Paul Willing, Professor of Biology, Union College, NY
  2844. Ingrid Willis, Research technician, Landcare Research, Christchurch, New Zealand
  2845. Jon Wilska, Life Science teacher--retired but not retiring, Old Saybrook Public Schools
  2846. Brittan Wilson, Environmental scientist, University of Kansas
  2847. Caroline Wilson, Denison University
  2848. Dr. Ernest Wilson, Professor of Life Sciences (Retired), Virginia State University
  2849. Perry Wilson, Professor (Emeritus), Stanford Linear Accelerator Cntr., Stanford Univ.
  2850. Sophie Wilson, graduate science communicator
  2851. Florence Windfall, President, the Fellowship of Humanity, a Humanist Church, Oakland, California
  2852. Jamie Wine, Educator, Catalina Island Marine Institute
  2853. John Wingfield, Professor, University of California at Davis
  2854. Gregory Wingstrom, Senior Environmental Manager, Department of Environmental Management
  2855. Paul Winkler, Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society
  2856. Judith E. Winston, Curator, Marine Biology, VMNH
  2857. Jo�lle Wintrebert, science fiction writer, Montpellier, France
  2858. Jim Wise, science teacher (retired)
  2859. William Wise, amateur astronomer, Astronomy Student, Connecticut
  2860. Kenneth Wodtke, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Retired
  2861. William Wofford, blood bank supr, VA Medical Center, Roseburg, OR
  2862. Michael Wojcik, Game Developer
  2863. Sean Wojcik, a man who loves all sciences and someday wishes to learn them all
  2864. Tom Wojtusik, Technology Entrepreneur
  2865. Andrea Wolf, Graduate Student, University of California, San Francisco
  2866. Dr. Peter C. & Jean L. Wolff, Professor emeritus SUNY/ Potsdam
  2867. Cricket Wood, Lab Manager/Researcher, University of California, Santa Barbara Neuroscience Research Institute
  2868. Rose Wooderson, Public Health Student
  2869. Sarah Ann Woodin, Carolina Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences, South Carolina U
  2870. John Woods, undergraduate, Virginia Tech Department of Computer Science
  2871. Richard Woodward, Senior Scientist, Terracon Consultants, Inc.
  2872. Susan Worth, SJSU
  2873. Colin Wraight, Professor and Head of Biochemistry, University of Illinois
  2874. Bernd Wranik, Senior Research Associate
  2875. Clare Therese Wuellner, Ph.D. Entomology, Executive Director, Center for Inquiry Austin
  2876. J Judson Wynne, Research Wildlife Ecologist
  2877. Dr. Jennifer Wytko-Weiss, CNRS-Université Louis Pasteur, Institut de Chemie
  2878. Peggy Yackel, retired educator, Minnesota
  2879. Peter Yackel, retired Professor, Minnesota
  2880. Margaret Yacobucci, Associate Professor of Geology, BGSU
  2881. Dr. Charles Yanofsky, Prof. emeritus, Dept. of Biological Sciences Stanford Univ. National Medal of Science, member of NAS
  2882. Andrew Yates, System Administrator, Rational Thinker
  2883. Carla Yelkovan, Population Biology, Ecology, and Evolution- Emory University
  2884. Sophie Yeo, Research Coordinator, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  2885. Prof. Tilahun Yilma, International Lab of Mol Biology, UC Davis, member of National Academy of Sciences
  2886. Judith Ylvisaker, retired database programmer
  2887. Israel Yost, Instructor, Computer Science Department, University of New Hampshire
  2888. Jere Yost, Reprographics Manager
  2889. David Young, Chemistry, Baylor
  2890. Dr. Helen Young, Physics teacher, The Winsor School
  2891. Matt Young, Senior Lecturer, Physics Department, Colorado School of Mines
  2892. Pauline Yu, Graduate Student, University of Southern California
  2893. Peter Y. Yu, Department of Physics, UC Berkeley
  2894. Joanna (Shanzi) Yuan, Student
  2895. Mary Ann Zabik, BS Biology, Science Tech/Lecturer CCSU, Past-President CTABT, Director CT OBTA Committee
  2896. Sadeq Ali Zafar, chairman, Union of Afghanisti Students and Academics (Netherlands)
  2897. Barbara Zaha, World Can't Wait
  2898. Guy Zahller, high school science teacher
  2899. Joan Ann Zahornacky, Project Manager, Lower Colorado River Authority
  2900. Edward J. Zalisko, Professor of Biology, Blackburn College
  2901. Paula Zan, Artist,Owner of Mythling Studio,private citizen,patriot
  2902. Jerrold H. Zar, Professor Emeritus, Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Illinois University
  2903. Giuliana Zega, Post Doc, Biology Dept. University of Milan
  2904. Rebecca Zeitlin, MD/PHD Student University of North Carolina
  2905. Kevin A. Zelnio, Graduate Student in Biology, Penn State University
  2906. Stephanie Zelnio, Molecular and Cellular Biology major, University of Illinois
  2907. Prof. R K P Zia, Physics Department, Virginia Tech
  2908. Marc Zimmer, Professor, Connecticut College, Chemistry Department
  2909. Neil Zimmerman, grad student in the Columbia University Department of Astronomy
  2910. Robert Zimmerman, Bio-Medical Engineering, MIT
  2911. Terrence Zimmerman, Chemistry Instructor, North Florida Community College Science Department
  2912. Peter Zink, PhD Candidate, Boston University
  2913. Bora Zivkovic, biologist NCSU
  2914. Dr. Michelle Zjhra, Plant Systematist and Evolutionary Biologist, Georgia Southern University
  2915. Prof. Charles Alexander Zorn, BMCC, CUNY & Teachers College, Acting Director of the New York Brights
  2916. Albert Zucker, Professor Emeritus, Baruch College, CUNY
  2917. Wayne Stephan Zundel, Director of Radiation Biology, University of Louisville
  2918. Dr. Andrew Zwicker, Head, Science Education Program, Princeton University, Plasma Physics Lab
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