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  1. Emil Aalto, Graduate student in Ecology at Stony Brook University
  2. Isabella A. Abbott, marine botanist/ ethnobotanist, Dept. of Botany, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
  3. Dr. Tilahun Abebe, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Northern Iowa
  4. Bonnie Abel, student - Stockton College
  5. Dr. Irving Abrams, ion exchange chemist, researcher, author, lecturer
  6. Nabil Abuelata, President and CTO of Accretive Technologies, 9 US patents and 61 scientific contributions
  7. Edward Ackad, Physics graduate student, York University, Toronto Canada
  8. Alfonso J Acosta, Environmental Associate
  9. Tomoko Adachi, Researcher, Catholic University of America/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  10. Dr. Mate Adamkovics, Postdoc, Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  11. David Adams, student of Virginia Tech Physics Dept.
  12. Dr. Dean Adams, Associate Professor, Ecology, Evolution, Organismal Biology, Iowa State University
  13. Suzie Adams, Secondary Health Science Credentialed Teacher
  14. Thomas W. Adams, Chemist/Patent Attorney/Law Professor (adjunct)
  15. William Adams, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Rutgers University
  16. Prof. Rana Adhikari, Physics, Caltech
  17. Stephen L. Adler, Professor, School of Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study, Member, NAS
  18. Dominique Adriaeus, Universiteit Gent
  19. Jack Aeby, Senior Net Volunteer, Hawaii
  20. Daniel Aeschliman, retired aerophysicist
  21. Susan Ager, CEO, Benedictine Health Center at Innsbruck, Minnesota
  22. Prof. Claudio Agostinelli, Department of Statistics, Ca' Foscari University, Italy
  23. John Aguirre, Graduate Student, University of Miami, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
  24. Windsor Aguirre, Ph.D. Student, Dept. Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  25. Manny Agustin, Secondary School Teacher, Williamstown High School
  26. Joe Ahlers, Owner, Ahlers & Associates, Texas
  27. Karen Aiken, student researcher, Physics and Astronomy Department, San Francisco State University
  28. Sue Gray Al-Salam, retired physics teacher, Christopher Newport College
  29. Adolfo Zayas-Bazan Albaisa, Architect
  30. John F. Alderete, Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology, U. Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
  31. Eugene D. Alexander, PhD, psychologist Shippensburg University, retired
  32. Prof. Robert M. Alexander, Emeritus Professor of Zoology, University of Leeds
  33. Thomas Alexander, Immunologist, Summa Health System, Akron, OH and Professor of Immunology in Pathology, Northeastern
  34. Dr. Sergey Alexanian, Foreign Relations Dept., Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, St.Petersburg, Russia
  35. Brittany Allen, PhD candidate, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Cellular & Developmental Biology Dept
  36. Dr. Jonathan Allen, Postdoctoral scholar, Department of Biology, Bowdoin College
  37. Joshua T Allen, Undergraduate researcher, Neuroscience program, Central Michigan University
  38. Julie Allen, artist/biologist, University of Wisconsin
  39. Lilly Allen, Student, UC Davis
  40. Dr. Thomas Allen, Principal Investigator, Tolga Ltd. Biopysical/Biochemical R&D, Ontario
  41. Dr. William Allen, Licensed Psychologist
  42. Andrea Allio, Science Department Chair/Biology Teacher, The Westminster Schools
  43. Dr. James Almendinger, Senior Scientist, St. Croix Watershed Research Station
  44. Paul Alsing, Bachelor's degree - Astronomy
  45. Adam Altman, Professor, Author
  46. Jos Alvarez, Adjunct & Emer. Prof, Food & Resource Economics, Univ of Florida Everglades Research & Education Ctr
  47. Dr. Joao Alves, Bioinformatics & Evolutionary Biology researcher, Virginia Commonwealth University
  48. Lee Amack, software engineer, Houston
  49. Dr. Susan Amara, Detre Professor & Chair of Neurobiology, Univ of Pittsburgh, member NAS
  50. Melissa Amarello, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Zoology, Southern Illinois University
  51. Richard Amasino, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin, and Member, National Academy of Sciences
  52. Patrick David Amon, Deputy Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Information Security, EPFL
  53. Will Amos, Elementary Technology Teacher, Colorado
  54. Edith Amsgter, Atheist-Humanist Teacher
  55. Leslie Amundson, Senior Archaeologist, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
  56. Paul Anagnostopoulos, computer scientist, Windfall Software
  57. Prof. Salvatore Anastasio, (retired) Dept. of Mathematics, SUNY - NewPaltz
  58. Dr. Clark Anderson, Retired behavioral research scientist
  59. Grace Anderson, Forward thinking artist at large, Laguna College of Art and Design
  60. Leonard Anderson, former Principal Physicist, Measurex Corporation
  61. Mark Anderson, student majoring in chemistry, University of Minnesota
  62. Philip W. Anderson, Professor of Physics (Emeritus), Princeton, Nobel Laureate (1977), member NAS
  63. Roger Anderson, Western Washington University
  64. Victor Anderson, Zoologist, Retired Federal Public Servant
  65. Oseye Andrews, MT, RPT, Medical Student, Trinidad and Tobago
  66. Le Roy Annis, Emeritis Prof., University of Puget Sound
  67. Louis Anon, Governance Consutlant
  68. Gary Ansorge, Retired researcher
  69. H.H. Patriarch Anthony I, Patriarch of the Ancient Apostolic Communion
  70. Melissa Apgar, Mel Apgar - Marine Bio student, Richard Stockton College of NJ
  71. Philip Appleman, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Indiana Univ, editor Norton Critical Edition, Darwin
  72. Meiko Arai, Researcher and PhD Student, Sociology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  73. Dr. Alan F. Arbogast, Associate Professor
  74. Scott Arciszewski, Kobra (writer), Florida
  75. Peter Arctander, Professor of Evolutionary Biology, Institute of Molecular Biology and Physiology
  76. Charles Ardary, Instructor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Edmonds Community College
  77. Lisa Argento Flay, Clinical Laboratory Scientist at BioMarin
  78. Steven Armentrout, Emeritus Professor of Medicine UCI
  79. Janet Armstrong, University of Washington
  80. Dr. Thomas Arnesen, Dept. of Molecular Biology, University of Bergen, Norway
  81. Mario Ascoli, Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Iowa
  82. Paul Asimow, Associate Professor of Geology and Geochemistry, California Institute of Technology
  83. Drew Astolfi, Lead organizer, Faith Action for community Equity, Honolulu
  84. Jelle Atema, Professor of Marine Biology, Boston University
  85. Michael Atiyah, Hon. Prof. of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, Fields Medalist, Abel Prize winner, member NAS
  86. Nancy Atkinson, Librarian, Rochester Public Library/ Free-lance journalist,
  87. Sabine Atwell, Professor (retired), Defense Language Institute
  88. Jonathan Atwood, Antioch New England; Director, Conservation Biology Program
  89. Dr. Wilson W.S. Au, Chair of Mathematics & the Physical Sciences, Vista College
  90. Benjamin f�lix Aubry, PhD Student, University of Nantes
  91. J M Aucken, MA(Cantab), MRAeS, retired Head of Instrumentation, British Aerospace
  92. Wendee Augustiro, University of Hawaii
  93. Mary Allen Austin, Librarian, Columbus, Ohio
  94. David Avery, Technical Writer
  95. Michael Ayala, A senior from the Liberal Arts and Science Academy at LBJ High School in Austin, TX
  96. Andrew Aycoth, Biology Student - Virginia Tech
  97. Daniel L Ayres, Ph.D. student, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, University of Maryland
  98. Abdullah Azim, student, Westfield High School
  99. Shai Azoulai, Researcher / Graduate Student at UCSD

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