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  1. Renee D'Anna, Child Therapist, Mt. Diablo School District
  2. Vittorio D'Auria, Liceo Physics Teacher, Sarzana Italy
  3. Zeinab Dabbah, MD, internist and medical director
  4. Alan Dadisman, Advanced amateur astronomer, astronomy educator
  5. Jamie Dagg, Filmmaker, Toronto Canada
  6. Connie Peyton Dahlberg, Columbia Univ.
  7. Michael Dahlquist, Philosopher, Västerås, Sweden
  8. Sebastian Dalman, Field Research Paleontologist, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, University of Mass,Amherst
  9. Deborah Dalton, Professor and Director, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Environment, University of Oklahoma
  10. Dr. John Daly, Independent International Development Consultant
  11. Sorin Damian, Biotech Industry
  12. Ellen Damschen, Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, & Marine Biology, Univ of Calif-Santa Barbara
  13. Steve Daniels, M.D.
  14. Azad Daran, socialworker, Sweden
  15. Mark Darlington, Ph.D., Biology Program, Penn State University
  16. Ken Darnell, producer of natural products, sponsor of "Science Friday" on Alabama public radio
  17. Todd Stephen Dart, Major, USAF (ret), Adjunct Biology Instructor
  18. Ananta Bijoy Dash, Student and general secretary, Science and Rationalist Council, Sylhet, Bangladesh
  19. Lawrence Datnoff, Professor of Plant Pathology, University of Florida
  20. Yvonne Datta, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota
  21. Ian Davenport, Xavier University
  22. Janine David, Chemist and Educator
  23. Robert Davidson, Research and Development Engineer at 3M
  24. Barrie L. Davies, FRSC C. Chem
  25. Jonathan Davies, Telecommunications Reliability Engineer
  26. Michael Davies, Senior Research Biologist, Pfizer Inc
  27. Daniel Davis, physics student, Virginia Tech
  28. Dr. Jason Davis, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept of Biology, University of Washington
  29. Jennifer Davis, Nursing student, Texas
  30. Jonathan Duffy Davis, Biologist - Fullerton Arboretum
  31. Dr. Linda L. Davis, Visiting Assistant Professor, Geology Program; Richard Stockton College of NJ
  32. Marc Davis, Professor of Astronomy, UC Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  33. Palul Davis, Engineer-designer, President-Symbio-Sys
  34. Paul Davis, researcher, Pres.-Symbio-Sys
  35. Ted Davis, Design Principal/Architect, Minnesota
  36. Elizabeth D. Davis-Berg, Professor of Biology, Columbia College Chicago
  37. Richard Dawkins, Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, University of Oxford
  38. Dr. Harry Dawson, Nutritionist, United States Department of Agriculture
  39. Natalie Dawson, PhD student, University of New Mexico
  40. Dr. Pieter de Haan, Biology Instructor at Berkeley City College
  41. John Martin de Larios, Independent Consultant
  42. Janet S. de Moor, MPH PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University
  43. Dr. Waldemar de Rijk, Director of Dental Biomaterials Research Division, University of Tennessee Memphis
  44. Joseba De Subijana, Researcher, Marvell Semiconductor Inc - Bloomington Minnesota Research Group
  45. Dr. John M De Vos, Haematologist, University Hospital of Montpellier, France
  46. Prof. Frans de Waal, primatologist, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, member NAS
  47. Mike Dean, systems programmer, Brisbane, Australia
  48. Bill Dearmore, Freelance Writer,
  49. Demetri Debe, Ph.D. candidate in History, University of Minnesota
  50. Thomas Decloedt, PhD candidate, Oceanography, University of Hawaii
  51. Dr. Mercedita Jamlang del Valle, retired chemist
  52. Brian Delaney, Psychologist
  53. John Dell, Ph.D.(Physics), Physics Teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
  54. Nicholas DeMaio, Counselor and graduate student in Psychology, Naropa University
  55. Dr. Timothy Demko, professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Minnesota Duluth
  56. Michael DeMoney, Sun Labs, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  57. Ewen Denney, Research scientist, NASA Ames Research Center
  58. Patrick Dent, A spokesman for 'Ovine Records' in Cardiff
  59. Andrea DePaola, Quality Control Associate, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Inc
  60. Christopher Deren, Research Center Director, University of Arkansas Rice Research Center
  61. Dr. Paul Derrick, retired professor of social work and amateur astronomer
  62. Ray DeRusse, researcher
  63. Anil Desai, IT Consultant based in Austin, TX
  64. Ravi Desai, Researcher, Stony Brook University
  65. Prof. Stanley Deser, Physics, Brandeis & Caltech, member National Academy of Science
  66. Prof. Roger Desjardins, Technology Departement of university, University Institut of technologie
  67. Dawn Devereaux, Senior Manager, BioAnalytical Testing; BioMarin Pharmaceuticals
  68. Dr. Richard DeVore, Science Educator, Former adjunct faculty member, Rutgers University Graduate School of Education
  69. Dr. Eric W. Dewar, Asst. Professor,Dept. of Biology, Suffolk University
  70. James Joseph DeYonker, Global Patent Counsel, Ranbaxy, Inc.
  71. Mark Deyrup, Research PhD. Entomologist, Archbold Biological Station, Florida
  72. Dr. Angela Dhruvan, Family Physician, Minnesota
  73. Barry Diamond, Rabbi, Temple Emanu-El, Texas
  74. Samuel Diaz Munoz, graduate student at UC Berkeley
  75. Jason Dick, Graduate Student, UC Davis
  76. Dr. Charles Dickinson, Retired Prof., independent scholar, teacher for Beacon Hill Seminars
  77. Gary Dickinson, Ph.S. Candidate, Duke Marine Laboratory
  78. Patsy Dickinson, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, Bowdoin College
  79. Theodor Diener, Distinguished. Prof. Emeritus, Univ. Maryland, member NAS
  80. Nicole Dietz, MD/PhD student, Georgetown University
  81. Regis DiGiacomo, Senior Engineer, Marquette University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept
  82. Pamela Dillon, researcher on pesticides
  83. Ronald N. Dimock, Thurman D Kitchin Professor of Biology, Wake Forest University
  84. David Dingman, MS Engineering
  85. Dr. Rodolfo Dirzo, Department Biological Sciences, Stanford, Member of NAS, and of Amer Acad Arts & Sciences
  86. Roger Dittman, Professor of Physics Emeritus, Cal State Fullerton
  87. Dr. Anthony R. Dobrovolskis, planetologist, Lick Observatory, UCSC
  88. Mitchell Doctor, Student/Researcher The University of Rhode Island/Bermuda Institute of Oceanography
  89. Stephanie Dodge, Graduate Student, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Psychology
  90. Ana V. Dodgen, Astronomer, Presenter, Planetarium at Washington State University
  91. Trevor Doerksen, MSc, CEO Media Company, Calgary, Canada
  92. Edd Doerr, Author, former science teacher, President Americans for Religious Liberty
  93. Roy Doi, Distinguished Professor, Molecular & Cellular Biology, Univ. of California, Davis; Member of NAS
  94. Marko Doko, dipl. ing. University of Zagreb
  95. Jim Dole, IT Manager, Cofounder Tricounty Astronomers
  96. Prof. Janet Dolgin, Hofstra University School of Law
  97. Janet L. Dolgin, Dicker Prof. of Health Law, Hofstra Univ. School of Law
  98. Sean Dollard, student in biotech, Athlone Institute of Technology, Dundalk Ireland
  99. Terry Donahey, MT(ASCP), MHS. Clinical Microbiologist(31 yrs, Ret.)
  100. Dr. William Donald, Retired Research Agronomist, USDA Agricultural Research Service
  101. James Donaldson, Adjunct Curator, John C. Warden Herbarium, Dept. of Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State Univ
  102. Dr. Niles Patrick Donegan, Postdoctoral Fellow, Dartmouth Medical School
  103. Melinda Donnelly, graduate student, University of Central Florida
  104. Michael Dorais, Business Analyst, Pacific Gas & Electric Company
  105. Nitya K Doraisamy, Software Engineer
  106. Rebecca Dore, graduate student, Cornell University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biololgy
  107. David Dorn, Composition and Humanities Instructor (Retired), Rochester (MN) Community and Technical College
  108. Dr. Stephen Q. Dornbos, Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  109. Mark Doughty, Health and Safety Officer, Norwich University
  110. Michael Douglas, M.S./Geologist In Training, PSI, Inc.
  111. W. Wesley Dowd, Graduate Student, University of California, Davis
  112. Edward Downe, Social Scientist (Economist) , Professor Emeritus, University of New Haven
  113. Renee Downie, Chemist, Chemistry Centre Western Australia
  114. Arnell Dowret, Producer, Equal Time for Freethought
  115. Allen Doyle, Soil Ecologist, Dept Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, UCSB
  116. Mark Dragovan, Principal Scientist, JPL/Caltech
  117. Bruce T. Draine, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
  118. Dr. Bruce Draper, Assistant Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, UC Davis
  119. Dr. Mark Jerome Dreiling, Physicist, retired
  120. David Drejas, student at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, IL
  121. David Dresser, retired technician
  122. Roel Driever, student, Industrial Design, University of Twente
  123. C. Fred Driscoll, Professor, UCSD Physics, Fellow of American Physical Society
  124. Donna Druchunas, Author and freelance editor
  125. Romeo Dublin II, Financial Intelligence Investigator / Union Bank of California
  126. Jean François Dubremetz, Directeur de Recherche CNRS (centre national de la recherche scientifique), FRANCE
  127. Christopher Dugan, Adjunct Professor of Biology, Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood, Colorado
  128. Richard Duhrkopf, Assoc. Prof. of Biology, Baylor University
  129. Dr. Dianne Dulicai, Senior consultant, Creativity Arts Therapy Department, Drexel University
  130. Stacy Dunbar, computer professional
  131. Dr. Nicolas Pierre Dupré, Institut des Matériaux jean Rouxel, France, CNRS
  132. William Dupre, University professor, Dept of Geosciences, University of Houston
  133. Dr. Michael Durako, Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, Univ. N. Carolina Wilmington
  134. Judith Durham, Assoc. Professor of Chemistry, Saint Louis University
  135. Lenore Durkee, Emerita Professor of Biology, Grinnell College
  136. Brian Dvorkin, Physics Teacher/Homewood Flossmoor High School
  137. James Dye, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Chemistry, Michigan Strate University, Member NAS
  138. Jennifer Dye, Student, University of South Florida
  139. Joseph Dyer, Sr., Mathematician, Retired from Aerospace industry
  140. Alexandra Dylman, student, University of Essex, UK

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