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  1. Dominique Bachelet, Assoc. Professor, Department of Biological & Ecological Engineering, Oregon State
  2. Peter Backus, Observing Programs Manager, SETI Institute
  3. Andrea Baer, Presents for the Planet Secular-Based Charities
  4. Doris Bailey, Ordinary senior citizen without a degree
  5. Jason Baird, High School student in a 5,000 person town in Alaska
  6. Kellen Baird, student, University of Colorado at Denver
  7. Carl Baker, Research Scientist, Dept. of Genome Sciences, University of Washington
  8. Daniel Baker, student, Virginia Tech
  9. Mahina-a-rangi Baker, Masters Student, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  10. Myron Baker, Professor of Zoology (emeritus), Colorado State University
  11. Ruthann Fischer Balas, private pactice psychologist
  12. Elias Balbinder, Prof. (retired) Univ. of Colorado Health Sciences Ctr., Denver CO 80262
  13. Dennis Baldocchi, Professor of Biometeorology, Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California,
  14. Dr. Robert Baldridge, Professor of Biology, Baylor University
  15. Jose L Balduz Jr, Assistant Professor of Physics at Mercer University
  16. Dr. Andrew H. Baldwin, Associate Professor, Dept of Environmental Science & Technology, University of Maryland
  17. Enoch Baldwin, Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Davis
  18. Joshua Ball, Science Educator
  19. Prof. Michael Ball, Dept. of Social Inquiry, University of Wisconsin-Superior
  20. Dr. Maurice Ballas, Pathologist, Texas
  21. Katie Ballering, PhD Candidate University of Minnesota Department of Microbiology
  22. Rahul Banerji, engineer, Plastics Consultant
  23. Justin Bangerter, A Physics Major from Virginia Tech
  24. Tyler Bangerter, student, Old Dominion University
  25. Robert Banos, adjunct -physics, phys.science division - Dominican University
  26. Amy Banowetz, Research Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University
  27. Dr. Roberto Bao, Faculty of Sciences, Universidade da Coruña, Spain
  28. Leon Baradat, computer professional, CA Department of Forestry
  29. David Barash, Professor of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, Wa.
  30. Prof. Richard Barber, Duke University, Division of Coastal Systems Science and Policy
  31. Prof. Pedro Barbosa, Department of Entomology, College of Chemical &Life Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park
  32. Adam Peter Barclay, Adam Barclay, science communicator
  33. Bernard Barcos, Photographer
  34. George Barcos, technical director and production manager in theatre
  35. Steve Barger, Assoc Prof of Geriatrics and Neurobiology & Developmental Sciences, University of Arkansas
  36. Brad Barker, Physics student, University of Florida
  37. Eric Barker, student, University of Hawaii
  38. Andrew Barley, Psychotherapist, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  39. Arthur Barnes, Aeronautical Engineer (ret), Fellow Royal Aeronautical Society, UK
  40. Laurie Baron, University of Hawaii
  41. Alex Barr, Graduate student, Physics, University of Texas at Austin
  42. Lynda Barraca-Howard, Science Literacy Coordinator; Crete-Monee SD 201U
  43. Geoffrey Barrett, Science Teacher, Robert F. Kennedy Charter High School, Albuquerque
  44. Stephen Barrett, M.D., Board Chairman, Quackwatch, Inc.
  45. John B. Barriage, Lawyer
  46. Dr. Seth Barribeau, postdoctoral researcher, Department of Zoology, Kyoto University
  47. Katrina Barron, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Math., University of Notre Dame
  48. Michael Barron, graduate student, Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago
  49. Dr. James Barry, ocean biologist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
  50. Dr. Simona Bartl, CSU Moss Landing Marine Labs
  51. Randy Bartlett, Pu`u Kukui Watershed Preserve, Maui, HI
  52. Carolina Bartolom�, researcher USC (Spain)
  53. Dr. Paul Barton, geologist emeritus, U.S. Geological Survey, member NAS
  54. Dr. Brant Basam, Marketing Manager, Corbett Life Science, Brisbane, Australia
  55. Jennifer Athena Basil, CUNY Brooklyn College & CUNY Graduate Center
  56. L.A. Basile, lay person, concerned citizen, Nebraska
  57. Gibor Basri, Professor of Astronomy, Univ. of California, Berkeley
  58. Paul Gordon Bassett, Software Engineer
  59. Kevin E. Bassler, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Houston
  60. Nicholas Basta, Professor, Ohio State University
  61. Mohamad Bataineh, engineer, Jordan University of science & technology
  62. Barbara-Anne Batelle, Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience, Univ. of Florida
  63. Robert W. Batey, Math Teacher
  64. Alex Battler, Independent research fellow, philosophy, political science, IR
  65. Prof. Laura Baudis, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  66. Margaret-Mary Bauer, Mother, Teacher, Business woman
  67. Simon H. Bauer, Professor Physical Chemistry; ret Dept of Chem. Cornell University
  68. Ronald Bauerle, Professor of Biology, University of Virginia
  69. Travis Ray Baugher, Graduate Student, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory/Michigan State University
  70. Prof. Etienne-Emile Baulieu, College de France, Former President, French Academy of Sciences, member NAS
  71. Randall Baumgartner, Biology teacher - Lakeland High School
  72. Brett Baxter, physician
  73. Douglas Baynton, Associate Professor of History at the University of Iowa
  74. Adam Lee Bazinet, Faculty Research Assistant, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Univ of Maryland
  75. Scott G. Beach, Graduate, California State Univ. Sacramento, Bachelor of Arts, Social Science(Economics)
  76. Charles Beard, 1stLt, USMC, Retired
  77. John Beck, Engineer - retired
  78. Michelle Beck, Hopkins Lab, University of Vermont
  79. Steven Beckendorf, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology, UC Berkeley
  80. Dr. Martin Beerbom, Postdoctoral Researcher, Electrical Engineering, University of S Florida
  81. Mi Harry Beevers, Research Director, PhD Cal Ag Research
  82. Dr. Mike Beevers, Research Director, California Agricultural Research, Inc.
  83. Marjorie Beggs, Research Scientist, Institute on Aging, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  84. Steven Beissinger, Professor of Conservation Biology and Leopold Chair of Wildlife Biology, UC Berkeley
  85. Barbara R. Beitch, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Biology, Quinnipiac University
  86. Bernard Bel, research engineer at CNRS, France
  87. Anna Belak, Virginia Tech Physics Undergraduate Student
  88. Dr. Emmanuel Belamie, Researcher, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier & EPHE, Montpellier, France
  89. Jim Belanger, Associate Professor of Biology, West Virginia University
  90. Rachelle M. Belanger, Ph.D. Student, Bowling Green State University
  91. Dr. Marco Beleggia, Physicist, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  92. Prof. Michael Bell, Department of Ecology and Evolution, SUNY Stony Brook
  93. Norton Bell, Retired Engineer
  94. Richard S. Bell, Kalamazoo Astronomical Society President
  95. Dr. Ray Bellamy, Physician--MD, Florida State University College of Medicine
  96. Marcus Bellini, Program Manager & Mechanical Engineer
  97. Eric Benavidez, student, University of Kansas
  98. Amanda Benbow, student, LBJ High School
  99. Roland A. Bender, PhD, Researcher, Dept. Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine
  100. Dr. Deborah Bendler, Teacher, Tulsa Public Schools
  101. Fredrik Bendz, MSc., Lic. pharmacist, Helsingborg, Sweden
  102. Michael Bendzela, Adjunct professor of English, University of Southern Maine
  103. Fabrizio Benedetti, EPFL, Switzerland
  104. Helen Benes, Assoc Prof, research scientist and medical school educator, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  105. Dr. Pamela Benicewicz
  106. Dr. Nick Bennett, Pediatric Resident Physician, SUNY Upstate Medical University
  107. Prof. Jeff Bennetzen, Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, member NAS
  108. Dr. Fred Benoff, high school teacher, Georgia
  109. Dennis Benson, math instructor, Denver area colleges
  110. Ted Benson, Washington State Department of Ecology, Environmental Specialist (Marine Sediments)
  111. Bastian Bentlage, Kansas Univ.
  112. Pedro Bento, biology student, Kean univ & NJ City Univ
  113. Prof. Yves Benyamin, Directeur d'Etudes, laboratoire de Motilité Cellulaire, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes
  114. Richard Benz, Science Curriculum Specialist
  115. Leonid Ber, MD
  116. David Bereiter, Professor Diagnostic and Biological Sciences, University of Minnesota
  117. James A. Berg, Hydrogeologist, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  118. Phyllis Berger, student studying geology, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
  119. R. Daniel Bergeron, Professor, Computer Science Department, University of New Hampshire
  120. Dr. Elizabeth Bergey, Associate Professor of Zoology and Biologist, OK Biological Survey at the University of Oklahoma
  121. Joanne Bergman, Supervisor, Angora Township, Angora, MN
  122. Prof. Robert G. Bergman, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, member NAS
  123. Naomi S Bergmans, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
  124. Melanie Bergolc, Graduate teaching Assistant in the Department of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
  125. Ari Berkowitz, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Oklahoma
  126. Frederick Berman, Dir, Toxicology Information Ctr, Ctr for Research on Occupational & Environmental Toxicology, OHSU
  127. Merrick Berman, CHGIS, Harvard University
  128. Howard Bern, Professor Emeritus, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley, member NAS
  129. Charles William Berndt, President C. W. BERNDT Associates, Ltd.
  130. Renate Bernstein Ph.D., researcher for development of instrumentation for Sw carbon parameters, University of South Florida
  131. James Berrian, Entomology Associate, San Diego Natural History Museum
  132. Tiglet Besara, PhD Candidate in Chemical Physics, Florida State University
  133. Scott Bessler, Graduate Student, Biology, University of Alabama
  134. Claudette Bethune, PhD Pharmacokineticist
  135. Ernest Beutler, Professor & Chairman, Dept. Molecular & Exp Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute. Member, NAS
  136. Dr. Gottfried Beyvers, physician working at a national agency in Germany, amateur astronomer
  137. Sarah Bezek, EM Resident Yale-New Haven Hospital, formerly a HS science teacher in Texas
  138. Pradeep Bhattacharya, Writer, Director & Producer of films on science & society
  139. John Bice, genetics technician/writer
  140. Robert Bidigare, Researcher, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii
  141. Allison Biehl, Baylor Law student
  142. Harold Bien, researcher, Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
  143. Bert Bigelow, retired engineer
  144. Steve Biljan, graduate student, Carlson School of Management
  145. Dr. Michael Binger, Physicist, Stanford University
  146. Dr. Charles Birkeland, Department of Zoology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  147. Prof. Kenneth P. Birman, Computer Science, Cornell University
  148. Mark Bisignani, Regions Hospital Radiation Therapy Department, Minnesota
  149. Dr. Royce J. Bitzer, Research Associate, Department of Entomology, Iowa State University
  150. Prof. Pamela Bjorkman, Professor of Biology, Caltech, member National Academy of Sciences
  151. Lindsay Rebecca Black, Student, the Universiy of Texas at Austin
  152. Prof. Daniel Blackburn, Dept of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford
  153. Dr. Jaime E. Blair, Postdoctoral Associate, Penn State University
  154. Dr. Kimberly Blake, Associate Professor of Life Science, Mitchell College, CT
  155. Jean-Marie Blanc, Fish geneticist, former research assistant (Oregon State University), researcher/research director I
  156. Dr. Thierry Blasco, UPMC - Paris, France
  157. Dr. Robert J. Blaskeiwicz, Department of Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech
  158. Michael M Blaskiewicz, physicist, Collider Accelerator Department Brookhaven National Lab
  159. Benjamin Blazey, Student & Researcher
  160. Joann Blessing-Moore, MD, Allergist, Immunologist, Pediatric Pulmonologist, Clinical faculty Stanford Univ. Hospital
  161. Brock Blevins, research assistant
  162. Lois Blewett, editor and grandparent, Minnesota
  163. Robert Blewett, artist and grandparent, Minnesota
  164. Ashley Blinn, RN, BSN, MS
  165. Stephen Bloden, Public School Teacher, Minneapolis Public Schools
  166. Mark Blumberg, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Iowa
  167. Dr. Michel T. Blumental, Aeronautical consultant
  168. Susan Boal Thormann, artist, Bad Nauheim, Germany
  169. David Bodznick, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Wesleyan University
  170. Robert Bogden, President of a Biotech Service Company
  171. Bruce Boghosian, Professor and Chair, Department of Mathematics, Tufts University
  172. Dr. Dennis L. Bogin, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Upstate Medical University
  173. Justin H. Bohling, graduate student, University of Maryland
  174. Robert Boikess, Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  175. Jaszmine Bolden, student, Klein Collins High School, Texas
  176. Bryan Bolea, Ph.D., Affiliate Professor, Grand Valley State University
  177. David Bomse, Ph.D.
  178. Dr. Luca Bonardi, Dept. of Geography, University of Milan
  179. Prof. Francesco Bonavita, Kean University
  180. Prof. Maria R Bonavita, Garibaldi-Meucci Museum
  181. Ginger Bond, medical student, UNC Chapel Hill
  182. Dr. Howard E. Bond, Astronomer Emeritus, Space Telescope Science Institute
  183. Anne Bonhoure, technical assistant (biology) - Montpellier University, France
  184. Donald Boos, retired research chemist
  185. Jeani Borchert, Archaeologist
  186. Kim Boriskin, Army RD&E Center employee
  187. Jonathan Bortfeldt, Physics Dept. University of Munich, LMU, GER
  188. Michael Borysow, Graduate Student in Physics, University of Texas
  189. Mike and Sally Bosanko, Retired teachers, Minnesota
  190. Dr. Matteo Bosi, IMEM-CNR, Italy
  191. Dr. Oliver Bossdorf, Postdoctoral researcher, Stony Brook University, Department of Ecology & Evolution
  192. Paul Botch, Graduate Student, Southeast Missouri State University
  193. John Bottoms, retired teacher, Minnesota
  194. Eric Bourgeois, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  195. Olivier Boutin, Teacher at the University of Nantes
  196. Stephen Bowen, AP Biology teacher at Leland High School
  197. James Bower, Professor of Computational Biology, University of Texas System.
  198. Melissa Bowlin, Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences, University of Michigan-Dearborn
  199. Christopher Bowman-Prideaux, CSU Northridge
  200. James Boyer, Physics and Chemistry Instructor / Science Department Chair, Columbia High School, Ohio
  201. John Boyle, Aerospace Engineering, Chief System Engineer
  202. Michael E. Boylson, LCDR, USN (Ret.)
  203. Miran Bozicevic, Research Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ and Multimedia Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
  204. Dr. Arthur Brady, Research Associate, University of Maryland Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
  205. Crister Brady, Undergraduate Student, Public Policy, UNC Chappel Hill
  206. Megan Brauch, High School Biology Teacher, RHAM High School, CT
  207. John Brawley, amateur scientist
  208. Ben Bray, Web Designer, MIT
  209. Dr. Don E. Bray, President, Don E. Bray, Inc.
  210. Gregg Brazel, Purdue Univ. Engineering Alum
  211. Michael Breault, Writer and computer & video game designer
  212. Divya Breed, engineer, signal processing & communications
  213. Denise Breitburg, Senior Scientist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
  214. Patricia Brennan, Associate Professor Psychology, Emory University
  215. Josh Bridenbaker, Amateur scientist
  216. Paul Bridgland, Professional Engineer, USDA-NRCS
  217. Marilyn Brien, Retired Science Teacher, San Antonio, Texas
  218. Prof. Gary Brill, Instructor, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University
  219. John H. Brinn, B.S, M.S, Michigan State University
  220. Jordan Britt, Copy Editor for WUWF radio, Hobby Rocketeer and Space Exploration Activist, Univ of West Florida
  221. Alain Brizard, Associate Professor of Physics, Saint Michael's College
  222. David Brockway, physician, Minnesota
  223. Ken Brodeur, Business owner, IGE Records
  224. Dr. Edmund Brodie III, Director, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia
  225. David Brodzinski, Retired, environmental engineer
  226. Dr. William R Bromer, Profesor of Biology and Environmental Science, University of St. Francis
  227. Maurice Brookhart, Prof. of Chemistry, Univ. of North Carolina
  228. Dr. Alan Brothers, Helmholtz Fellow, Hahn-Meitner Institut Berlin
  229. Elaine Brower, Concerned mother and activist
  230. Donald Brown, professional nature photographer, with BS in Forestry & Wildlife Ecology
  231. Joe Brown, PhD candidate, environmental microbiology, University of North Carolina, School of Public Health
  232. Kenneth Brown, High School Social Science Teacher, Linden Community Schools
  233. Shannon Brown, student at Old Dominion University
  234. Thomas Brown, Student, Psychology, The New School
  235. Prof. William Brown, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University
  236. Dan Browne, Dept. of Biology, University of Mary Washington
  237. Marco Brucale, Post-Doc affiliate, Department of Biochemistry, University of Bologna
  238. Thomas W Bruice, co-founder and VP of Research, Carlsbad Pharmaceuticals
  239. Cornelius Brunson, Ph.D. student in Mathematics at Virginia Tech
  240. Dr. Richard C. Brusca, PhD
  241. Morton K. Brussel, Emeritus Professor of Physics, UIUC
  242. Yvonne Brutger, MD, Physician
  243. Nick Brysiewicz, student, University of Illinois CU Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering
  244. Patricia Buckendahl, biomedical researcher, Rutgers University
  245. Jeannette Chloe Bulinski, Professor of Biological Sciences, Pathology & Cell Biology, Columbia University
  246. Joshua Buller, Computer Graphics Programmer Undergrad of UL Lafayette
  247. Sven Bulterijs, Student in Biochemistry & Biotechnology, University of Ghent (Belgium)
  248. Rebecca Anne Bunn, clinical laboratory scientist
  249. Eleanor Bunt, Math/Home Economics Teacher
  250. David A. Bunzow, PhD, University of Alaska
  251. Dr. Gail Burd, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Arizona
  252. Marilyn Burge, retired
  253. Steve Burge, Career Science Teacher/Middle and High School-retired
  254. Dr. Andrew Burgess, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Cell Cycle & Cancer - CRBM CNRS
  255. Prof. Sean Burgess, Assistant Professor, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California, Davis
  256. Creighton Burgher, facilities designer in the electrical, instrumentation & controls and process disciplines
  257. John J. Burke, Professor of Electrical Engineering Western New England College
  258. Donald Burkholder, C.A.S. Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, member NAS
  259. Paul Burnett, Retired Federal Employee
  260. Dr. Stephen Burnett, Associate Professor of Biology, Clayton State University
  261. Peter B Burnheim, Manager, Hi Tech Geo Pty Ltd, Australia
  262. Amanda Burns, Grad Student UNC-chapel hill
  263. Edward Burns, Ph.D., Associate Prof. of Plant Pathology, Montana State University (retired)
  264. Alexander Burstein, Asst. Prof., Dept,. of Math., Iowa State Univ.
  265. Judith Burstyn, Professor, Chemistry and Pharmacology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  266. Dr. Brent Burt, Associate Professor, Biology
  267. Dr. Stephane J. Burtey, Université de la Méditeranée, France
  268. Betsy Burton, retired bookseller, independent scholar
  269. Steven Businger, Professor, Department of Meteorology, University of Hawaii
  270. Adam Butler, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Northern Iowa
  271. Barbara Byers, Association for Behavior Analysis
  272. Colin R Byfleet, Chemistry, Florida State University
  273. Julie Byrd, Graduate Student - BEES Program (Department of Entomology), University of Maryland
  274. Kenneth Byrne, Science Teacher, retired
  275. Dr. Earl Byron, Aquatic ecologist

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