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  1. Stephen Gabow, Prof. emeritus, Anthropology, San Francisco State University
  2. Diego Gabrieli, Mechanical Engineer, Member of the Union of Concerned Scientists
  3. Michelle V Gadush, Research Associate, Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Texas at Austin
  4. Stephanie Gage, researcher, Neurobiology, University of Arizona
  5. Betsy H. Gagne, Biologist, Honolulu, HI
  6. David Galbraith, Professor of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona
  7. Heather Galindo, Graduate Student, Stanford University
  8. Gavin Gallagher, Musician
  9. Louise Gallanda, Retired educator
  10. Geoffrey Gallo, Aerospace Research Engineer, Sugar Shot to Space
  11. Antonio J. Galvan-Flamenco, Researcher-Educator
  12. Alison Gammie, PhD, Senior Lecturer, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University
  13. Bhavesh Gandhi, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept of Chemistry
  14. Dr. Nick Ganim, researcher
  15. Arthur Gans, Anglican Priest & Ethicist
  16. Jeff Gansberg, Technical Author, Electronics Design Software Company
  17. Ann o'neal Garcia, author, retired teacher
  18. Manuel Garcia, Jr., retired UC/DOE physicist
  19. Dr. George Gardner, Research Associate, Dept of Environmental Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts
  20. Peter Gardner, Emeritus Prof. of Anthropology, Univ. of Missouri
  21. Phillip Michael Garfin, MD PhD, Resident Physician, University of Chicago Hospitals
  22. Mike Garnsey, A.P. Biology/Chemistry Teacher, Watertown City Schools
  23. Douglas Garofalo, architect/professor FAIA
  24. Karen Garrison, research scientist, University of NH, Climate Change Research Center
  25. Lee Gary, Ph.D. Researcher, Colorado
  26. Rebecca Gasper, Graduate student; Dept. of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park
  27. John E Gastineau, Ph.D., Vernier Software & Technology (maker of science education tools)
  28. Dr. Alina Gearba, Prof. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southern Mississippi
  29. Tomas Gedeon, Professor of Mathematics, Montana State University
  30. Fred Gehlbach, Emeritus Prof. of Biology and Environmental Studies, Baylor University
  31. Dr. Neil Gehrels, astrophysicist at NASA
  32. Robert Gehrsitz, Chief Electronics Engineer with a branch of the DoD
  33. Stefan Geier, graduate student (physics & astronomy), service observer & night assistant, Wendelstein Observatory
  34. Christina Geierman, Marine Biologist, University of Oregon
  35. Molly Geiger, High School Researcher at UW, Roosevelt High School, Seattle
  36. Prof. Jonathan Geller, Invertebrate Zoology and Marine Science, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  37. Robert Gellert, Retired Laser Physicist
  38. Ann Geoffrion, retired, Foothill/DeAnza Community College District
  39. Dr. Justin Avery Georgi, Assist. Prof., Dept. of Anatomy, Midwestern University
  40. Matthias Georgii, student, LMU Munich
  41. Jean Gerard, college teacher and daughter of high school geology professor
  42. Brian Gerke, Postdoctoral Researcher, Cosmology, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
  43. Dr. Peter Germroth, Biologist, Lecturer at Hillsborough Community College
  44. Prof. B. C. Gerstein, Dept. Chemistry, Iowa State University
  45. Brendan Gesley, student
  46. Maureen Gesley, Student at University of Wisconsin-Madison
  47. Gita Ghadimi, OD / Clinical Research Specialist
  48. Dr. John Gianatasio, Dentist, Florida
  49. Jessica Gibbs, student, American Studies, UC Berkeley
  50. Kenneth Gibson, science teacher
  51. Nicholas J Gibson, PhD, Researcher, Neurobiology, University Of Arizona
  52. Dr. Jeffrey Gidday, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Cell Biology & Physiology, and Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
  53. Steven B. Giddings, Professor of Physics, UC Santa Barbara
  54. Alexis Gil Gonzales, Technology Consultant/, Brussels
  55. Scott F. Gilbert, Professor of Biology, Swarthmore University
  56. Scott Gilbert, Physician Assistant
  57. Dr. Tom Gilbert, Evolutionary Biologist, University of Arizona
  58. Wayne Gill, A science amateur, Victoria, BC, Canada
  59. David Gillett, senior network engineer, Foothill-DeAnza College
  60. Prof. Rhanor Gillette, Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Univ. Illinois at Urbana
  61. Bruce Gillis, Jr., Long Time Federal Employee (retired)
  62. Don Gilmore, Software Designer, Science Writer
  63. John Girard Jr., Pedagogue, Plainville High School, CT
  64. Dr. Tyler Gladding, Independent Researcher
  65. Brian Glanz, Software Developer, Seattle
  66. Filson Glanz, Professor Emeritus of ECE at UNH
  67. Donald A. Glaser, PhD., Nobel Laureate in Physics (1960), Prof. of Physics & of Neurobiology, UC Berkeley
  68. Leonard B. Glick, Prof. of Anthropology, Emeritus, Hampshire College, Amherst, MA
  69. Laurie Glimcher, Dean and Provost of Medical Affairs, Weill Cornell Medical Colleage, member of NAS
  70. Michael Glinzak Jr, Oil & Gas Engineer, State of CA
  71. Mario Gliozzi, researcher, Physics & Astronomy Dept., George Mason University
  72. Francis Glosser, Ph.D., Consultant,Technical Writer
  73. Dr. Claiborne Glover III, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, The University of Georgia
  74. David Gluck, Founder of The Skeptic Friends Network
  75. Dr. Tilman Gocht, Postdoctoral researcher at Center for Applied Geosciences, University of Tuebingen
  76. Dr. Genevieve Goetz, researcher, Strasbourg University
  77. Stephen Goff, Higgins Professor of Biochemistry, Columbia University, member NAS
  78. Elizabeth Goka, Senior Research Associate in Biotech Industry
  79. Dr. Jay Gold, Assistant Clinical Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin
  80. Warren Gold, Professor of Medicine, UCSF
  81. Lynn Goldman, MD, MPH; Professor, Environmental Health Sciences; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  82. Samantha Goldman, First Year Environmental Studies Major at Mount Holyoke College
  83. Chris Goldthorpe, John Galt (psuedonym), Chess Trainer, Florida
  84. Michael Golowka, Software Developer
  85. Dr. Sunil Golwala, assistant professor of physics, California Institute of Technology
  86. Dr. George Gomez, Assistant Professor, Biology Dept,, University of Scranton
  87. Stephen Gomez, PhD, Environmental Toxicologist
  88. Prof. Enrique Gomezdelcampo, Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, BGSU
  89. Francisco M Goncalves, Astronomy graduate student, Oporto Science Faculty, Portugal
  90. Elizabeth Gonsiorowski, Student, Brooklyn Law School
  91. Paul Gonzalez, Estimator for a systems company
  92. Dr. Luis Gonzalez-Mestres, CNRS, France
  93. Andr�s Gonz�lez Cant�, researcher, Monterrey, MX
  94. Ron Good, Prof. Emeritus, Science Education, FSU, AAAS Fellow & Former Editor, Journal of Research in Science
  95. Rita Goodall, Chemist
  96. Major Goodman, Professor of Crop Science, North Carolina State, member of NAS
  97. Ronald Goodman, Chief Executive, Eyes Wide Open International
  98. Jack Goody, Emer Prof Social Anthropology, Univ of Cambridge, Fellow British Acad, member NAS
  99. Jay Gopalakrishnan, Professor of Mathematics, University of Florida
  100. Dr. Gerald Gordon, Retired Chemical Engineer
  101. Dr. Miriam F. Levy Gordon, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  102. Dr. Robert W. Gore, Professor, Dept. of Physiology, University of Arizona, College of Medicine
  103. Boyd Gormley, researcher, St. Louis University
  104. Jennifer Gormley, Senior Scientist, Pfizer Global R & D
  105. Roderic Gorney, Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA
  106. Jessica Gorzo, Physics Student, Virginia Tech
  107. Jonathan Z. Gottlieb, Ph.D., Leadership and Organization Consultant
  108. Linda J. Gould, Librarian Emeritus, University of Washington, Seattle
  109. Sam Gould, M.D., Board Certified Psychiatrist in Clinical Practice since 1970.
  110. Lindsey Gouvin, EcoTarium (Museum) educator
  111. Judith Grabiner, Professor of Mathematics, Pitzer College, Claremont, California
  112. Dr. Terry Graff, Graff Law Office Incorporated, Minnesota
  113. David Gragert, Lover of Learning, Editorial Assistant, Society of Petroleum Engineers
  114. Dr. Catherine Graham, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  115. Howard Graham, President, Viam Pac Inc.
  116. Matt Graham, Graduate Student, College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
  117. Dr. Michael H. Graham, Assistant Professor, Moss Landing Marine Labs
  118. Nathan Grange, Learning Centre Coordinator, Auckland, New Zealand
  119. Dori Grasso, Former science teacher
  120. Dr. Edward Green, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University
  121. Fred Green, Software Engineer, Minnesota
  122. Kenneth Green, Software Engineer
  123. Prof. Michael Green, City College of New York
  124. Dr. Neil Green, Vanderbilt Medical School
  125. Dr. Steven Green, Professor of Biology, University of Miami
  126. Charles R. Greene, President, C. Greene & Assoc; Director, Energy Industry Studies, APTECH Engineering services, Inc
  127. Marianna Greene, student, University of Minnesota
  128. Marjorie Greene, Learning from Earthquakes Program Manager, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
  129. Robert Greene, Principal Software Engineer
  130. William Greenough, Swanlund and CAS Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  131. Iva Greenwald, member, National Academy of Sciences
  132. Joann Greenwell, retired teacher, concerned citizen
  133. Jason Andrew Gregory, Radiation Therapist
  134. Jeremy Gregory, Research Scientist, MIT
  135. Prof. Uwe Greife, Colorado School of Mines
  136. Kristen Gremillion, Associate Professor Department of Anthropology, The Ohio State University
  137. Randy Griffin, Industrial Engineer
  138. Prof. Sue Griffin, Department of Geriatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  139. Dr. Gary Griggs, Director Institute of Marine Sciences UCSC
  140. David Grigoryan, science defender, owner of the Metal Magic inc.
  141. Rev. Benjamin Grimes, Esq. Oregon State University
  142. Robert Gritz, teacher, UFT-AFofL-CIO, Staten Island
  143. David Groisser, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Florida
  144. Wulfila Gronenberg, University of Arizona / Neurobiology
  145. Dr. Arnaud Grosjean, Ecole des Mines de Paris
  146. Charles Gross, Professor, Department of Psychology, Princton University, member NAS
  147. Jane D. Gross, community activist and volunteer, Miami, Florida
  148. Daniel Grove, Researcher / University of Sydney
  149. James Robb Grover, Retired from Brookhaven National Laboratory
  150. James Groves, Ph.D, Retired Research Chemist, 3M Co.
  151. Dustin Growick, Graduate student, researcher, Cultural Anthropology, gallery coordinator Arizona Science Center
  152. Dr. Samuel Gruber, Professor, Marine Biology and Fisheries University of Miami
  153. Adam Gruca, Electrical Engineer from the University of Illinois
  154. Daniel Gruen, student of Physics, LMU Munich
  155. Prof. Raphael Gruener, Department of Physiology, University of Arizona
  156. Sean Gryger, undergrad studying Biology and Geology at a state college in New Jersey
  157. Philipp Grtsch, LMU Munich
  158. Roger Guay, Boeing Technical Fellow (retired)
  159. Snorri Gudmundsson, Aerodynamicist, Cirrus Design Corporation
  160. Romain Guerreiro, PhD, BioGeoSciences, Universit de Bourgogne, France
  161. Giovanna Guerrero, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
  162. Danielle Guetta, Retired Prof. Mathematiques, Paris
  163. Roger Guillemin, MD,PhD, Nobel laureate in Medicine & Physiology 1977, Member National Academy of Sciences
  164. Michael Gurnis, Professor of Geophysics, California Institute of Technology
  165. Sridhar Gutam, Directorate of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research, Anand, Gujarat, India
  166. Joseph H. Guth, PhD, Cert, Industrial Hygienist, Strongly pro-science and former university professor and academic resear
  167. Dr. Dennis Gwynn, University of Maryland University College biological science [ret]

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