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  1. Severin Habisreutinger, LMU Munich Department of Physics
  2. Michael G. Hadfield, Professor of Zoology, University of Hawaii
  3. S Hadler, ACSW, secondary school science educator
  4. Daniel Haertl, Student, Department for Physics, University of Munich
  5. K.Cyrus Haery, M.D., Physician
  6. Cecilia Hagerhall, Assoc. Prof, Dept. of Biochemistry, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
  7. Linda Hagge, English Instructor, Iowa State University
  8. Dr. Sharon Hagopian, Research Scientist, Dept. of Physics, Florida State University
  9. Carolin Hahn, student, department of physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitšt Munich
  10. Dr. C. Maxwell Hair, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochem., Kennesaw State University
  11. George Hale, Part time Instructor at University of West Georgia
  12. Edric Haleen, Mathematics/Science Teacher, Michigan
  13. Yair Halevi, M.Sc. Computer Science, Tel Aviv University
  14. Sylvia L. Halkin, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Central Connecticut State University
  15. Gregory Hall, Principle Biomedical Systems Safety Engineer, Minnesota
  16. Humanist Hall, Oakland, CA
  17. Robert Hall, Retired Army Physician
  18. Dr. Samuel W. Hall, Damarco Solutions
  19. Timothy Hall, medical anthropologist, post-doctoral fellow, University of Chicago
  20. Dr. Mark A. Hallett, Assistant Research Professor of Medicine, Indiana University
  21. Henry Halpern, Consultant, TechniCounseling
  22. Davidson Hamer, MD, Center for International Health and Development, Boston University
  23. Prof. Andrew J. S. Hamilton, JILA, U. Colorado
  24. Lt Col. James & Mrs Grizel Hamilton, Parents of 2 eminent scientists,1 An astro-physicist & 2 a bio chemist researcher into Rice
  25. Eugene Hammel, Prof. emeritus, Demography and Anthropology, Univ. of Calif., Berkeley. Member NAS
  26. Bruce D. Hammock, Distinguished Professor of Entomology & Cancer Research Center Director, UC Davis
  27. Lawrence L. Hammond, California Univ of Penna. BS in education, major biology
  28. Jeremy Hampton, Educator (rtd.)
  29. Philip Hanawalt, Professor of Biology, Stanford University, member National Academy of Sciences
  30. Hart Hancock, IT technician, University Library, University of California, Santa Cruz
  31. Sharon Handy, Science Center Content Developer, Hands On! Inc.
  32. Shana Hanes, Graduate Student, Auburn University
  33. Douglas Haney, Biointeractive Health Psychologist, author
  34. Julia Hanneman, student, George Mason University
  35. Cole Hannon, Sr. Clinical Research Manager, Minnesota
  36. Finnian Edward Hanrahan, geneticist, Trinity College Dublin
  37. Dr. Anne Hansen, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
  38. Jeramy Hansen, graduate student, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Labs
  39. John Hansen, science writer
  40. April Hansgate, Researcher, Kent State University
  41. Linda M Hanson, Superintendent (ret), Township High School District 113
  42. Loretta Hanson, Concerned citizen
  43. Westley Hanson, manager, General Mills
  44. Donna Haraway, Professor, History of Consciousness Dept, Univ of Calif at Santa Cruz
  45. James C. Harberson, III, Attorney, Arizona
  46. Dr. Upendra Harbola, Postdoc Researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine
  47. Dr. Mark E. Harder, Faculty Research Associate, Oregon State U.
  48. J. Scott Hargis, Attorney
  49. Dr. Richard L. Harlow, Managing Member: Harlow, LC
  50. Jay R. Harman, Professof of Geography, Michigan State University
  51. Harriet Harmon, Teacher, Los Angeles School District
  52. Prof. James Harris, Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, Stanford University
  53. Mary Harris, Entomologist, Iowa State University
  54. Michael Harris, grad student, Dept of Chemistry, Columbia University
  55. Suzanne Harris, Retired classroom teacher
  56. Dr. Brian Curtis Hart, Astrophysicist
  57. John Harte, Professor, Energy and Resources Group, UC Berkeley
  58. Mary Ellen Harte, Ph. D., Rocky Mt. Biological Laboratory
  59. Daniel Hartline, Director, Bekesy Laboratory of Neurobiology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  60. Frank C Hartzell, retired structural engineer
  61. Alice Harvey, Astronomer, San Diego Astronomy Association
  62. Todd Harvey, business owner, bigenuf
  63. Prof. Robert Hatcher, Research Scientist in Tectonics and Structural Geology, University of Tennessee
  64. Elaine Hatfield, Professor of Psychology, University of Hawaii
  65. Wilhelmina Hathaway, Professor, Riverside Community College
  66. David Ryan Hausner, Undergrad Physics Student, Florida State University
  67. Alexander Hawk, Physics Graduate Student, University of Texas, Austin
  68. Lane Haygood, a law student at Baylor University,
  69. Dr. Vance Haynes, Regents Professor Anthropology, Geosciences, University of Arizona, member NAS
  70. Ray Hazen, Staff Engineer USF Center for Ocean Technology
  71. Brian Hazlett, Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
  72. Dr. Harold Heatwole, Prof. Dept. Zoology, North Carolina State University
  73. Michael J. Hebert, Environmental Consultant
  74. Alan Heckathorn, worked career in electronics field
  75. Elizabeth Heckmaier, Physics Major at University of California, Berkeley
  76. Taylor Hedberg, student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NC State University
  77. Martha J. Heil, writer, Greenbelt, MD
  78. Prof. Carl Heiles, Astronomy Department, UC Berkeley
  79. Prof. Ulrich Heinz, Physics department, The Ohio State University
  80. Dr. Andreas Hejnol, Zoologist & Developmental Biologist at the University of Hawaii
  81. Richard Held, Professor emeritus, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
  82. Eric Heller, Professor of Physics and Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University, member NAS
  83. Nick Heller, Graduate student, Physics Department, University of California, Davis
  84. Richard Helling, Auburn University
  85. Kristin Hendershot, Virginia Tech Society of Physics Students, Astrophysics Researcher
  86. Scotty Henderson, CSU Fullerton
  87. L, Joseph Hendricks, Prof emeritus, Dept of Biological Science, San Jose State University
  88. Aik Roy Heng, Researcher
  89. Deborah Pearl Henkin, Attorney, Brooklyn, NY
  90. Prof. Marc Henry, Chemistry Department, Universitť Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
  91. Stephanie Henry, Anthropology Student, Massey University New Zealand
  92. Leonard Henry III, Student Researcher, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
  93. Dr. Harvey Herman, Optometrist
  94. Eve Herold, science writer, author of Stem Cell Wars and the forthcoming A Flight from Reason
  95. Elwood Herring, Elwood Herring, composer & poet
  96. Prof. Dudley Herschbach, Dept of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard, Nobel laureate (1986)
  97. Julien Hershey, member AHA
  98. John C. Herzberg, Mid Rivers Ethical Society
  99. Rev. Jean Ellen Herzegh, Legacy Emanuel Hospital and HealthCenter, Oregon
  100. Jillian Hesse, Student, Researcher, Bermuda Insitute of Ocean Science, University of Rhode Island
  101. Dr. John Hessel, California
  102. Tom Heuerman, Ph.D. Organizational Consultant
  103. Dr. Christopher Heward, President - Kronos Science Laboratory
  104. Tucker Hiatt, Director of Wonderfest
  105. Lisa Hickey, Graduate Student, Columbia University
  106. Carole Hickman, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  107. William R. Higa, Associate Professor (Retired), Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Hilo
  108. Claude Hildebrand, retired engineer, CALTECH Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  109. John G. Hildebrand, Regents Professor of Neurobiology, University of Arizona
  110. Dr. Anna M. Hill, Associate Professor of Biology, University of Louisiana at Monroe
  111. John W. Hill, Prof. Emeritus, Chemistry, Univ. of Wisconsin-River Falls
  112. William Hillis, Cornelia Marschall Smith Distinguished Professor of Biology, Baylor University
  113. Robert Allen Hipskind, Directeur de Recherche CNRS, Molecular Genetics Institute of Montpellier
  114. Maximilian Hirschfeld, Univerity of Salzburg, Austria
  115. Prof. Jay Hirsh, Department of Biology, University of Virgina
  116. Dr. Joseph Hirshfeld, University of Arizona/Nevada, Las Vegas
  117. Ann Hite, teacher
  118. Margaret Ho, Undergraduate Joint Biology-Chemistry major at Harvey Mudd College
  119. Ngoc-Nhung Ho, Undergraduate student in astrophysics at U.C. Berkeley
  120. Michael F. Hochella, Jr., Professor of Biogeochemistry, Virginia Tech
  121. Dr. Guy Hoelzer, University of Nevada, Reno
  122. John Hoey, Software engineer / Qualcomm
  123. Vickie Hoey, Tutor, K-12
  124. Jordan Hofer, Adjunct Instructor of Anthropology, Oregon State and Western Oregon Universities
  125. Asa Hoffman, Co-Owner of Daughters of Isis, inc.
  126. Dr. F. Owen Hoffman, Environmental Scientist and President, SENES Oak Ridge, Inc., Center for Risk Analysis
  127. Gregory Hoffman, Fishery Biologist - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Kootenai River
  128. Pierre Hohenberg, Senior Vice Provost for Research, New York University, member NAS
  129. Dr. Jay R. Hoinville, CEO Euxine Technologies, LLC
  130. Steffen Lund Hokland, MSc, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Aarhus
  131. Noel Michele Holbrook, Professor, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
  132. Brad Lee Holian, Laboratory Associate, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Fellow of the American Physics Society
  133. Karen Holl, Professor of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
  134. Dr. Brenden Holland, Center for Conservation Research and Training, University of Hawaii
  135. Ivey Holland, Student of Biology at the University of West Georgia
  136. Dr. Lew Hollander, retired doctor
  137. Courtney Hollender, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Graduate Student, University of Maryland
  138. Aram Hollman, public school math teacher, Charlestown High School
  139. Ralph L. Holloway, Prof. Anthropology, Columbia University
  140. Prof. Joseph Hollweg, Prof. of Physics, University of New Hampshire
  141. Eric Holm, Research Scientist, Bethesda MD
  142. Peter Holm, high school teacher, Minnesota
  143. Dr. Craig Holman, algorithmist
  144. Gene Holmerud, Science Bowl Volunteer, graduate, San Diego State, Physics/Electronics
  145. Courtlin Holt, Graduate Student, Botany - University of Hawaii
  146. Patrick Holvey, Student Researcher, University of Notre Dame, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  147. Peter Hom, teacher/world traveller, Minnesota
  148. David Homorody, Psychologist, Minnesota
  149. Mickey Hong, Associate Professor of Korean, Los Angeles City College
  150. Dr. Roger LeB. Hooke, Research Professor, University of Maine
  151. Nat Hooper, retired, Oxford, Arkansas
  152. Scott Hooper, Student Worker, Thomas Jefferson University; Department of Cancer Biology
  153. Dr. Karen Hoover, Attending Physician, NY
  154. James F. Hopgood, Prof. Emeritus, Anthropology, Northern Kentucky Univ.
  155. Alexandra Hopkins, Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill
  156. Gerald Hopkins, Technician, Minnesota
  157. Dr. Robin Hopkins, Research Specialist, Nutrition Dept., UNCG
  158. Rachel Horak, Research Assistant, Biological Oceanography, Georgia Tech
  159. Francis R. Horne, Professor, Biology Department, Texas State University at San Marcos
  160. Frank Horodyski, Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, Ohio University
  161. Jeff Horsman, Natural Product Chemist
  162. Andrew Hosek, Student of Minneapolis community and technical college
  163. Carly Houlton
  164. Dr. Stephane Hourdez, Researcher, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
  165. Leila Hover, D. Med. Human. Drew University, Madison, NJ
  166. Adolf Hovgaard, Science Teacher Meland Ungdomsskule, Norway
  167. Peter Hovgaard, College professor in aquaculture, Sogn og Fjordane College, Norway
  168. Raymond B. Howard, systems analyst
  169. Rock Howard, Candidate for Texas State Senate, District 14, Austin, Texas
  170. Francis Howarth, Entomologist, Bishop Museum
  171. Francis G. Howarth, Entomologist, Bishop Museum, Honolulu,HI
  172. Dr. Nancy Howarth, Nutrition researcher, Cancer Research Corporation of Hawaii
  173. David Howe, Researcher, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, Rutgers University
  174. Dr. Joseph Howell, Professor of Mathematics, Montana St. U-Billings
  175. Dr. Justin Howell, Postdoc at IPAC, Caltech
  176. Nicole Howsden, Psych Major From Nebraska
  177. Ben Yu-Kuang Hu, Associate Professor of Physics, University of Akron
  178. Edward Hubbard, Cognitive Neuroscientist, INSERM, France
  179. Christopher Hudalla, Ph.D. - Researcher, Waters Corporation
  180. Prof. Eric W Hudson, Department of Physics, MIT
  181. Thomas Huffman, Displaced IT Worker
  182. Jonathan Hughes, undergraduate student, Virginia Tech Depts. of Physics and Biology
  183. Ahmed Huhar
  184. Elaine Hull, professor at Florida State University
  185. Patricia Hunt, Meyer Distinguished Professor, School of Molecular Biosciences, Washington State University
  186. Cynthia Hunter, Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii Marine Biologist
  187. Mary Hunter, Texas Secondary Science Teacher, Dallas
  188. Dr. Allen Hurlbert, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UC Santa Barbara
  189. April D. Hussey, Faculty Research Assistant, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics, University of Maryland
  190. James Selamat Hutagalung, department parasitology faculty of medicine University of Airlangga
  191. Jim Hutchins, Professor of Health Sciences at Weber State University
  192. Deborah A. Hutchinson, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Old Dominion University
  193. Peter Huybrechts, Secondary Mathematics Educator, Greater Hartford Academy of Mathematics and Science

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