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  1. Howard Kaback, Professor Neuroscience, UCLA, member NAS
  2. Christine Kaelin, Employee, Scientific American Magazine
  3. Eric Kahan, Electronics Design Engineer
  4. Bruce Kahn, Simply a reasonably intelligent human being.
  5. Henry Kahn, ,MD, Professor Emeritus, Emory University School of Medicine
  6. Prof. Marc Kallsen, UW-Stout
  7. Stephen Kamelgarn MD, Family Practitioner, Eureka California--Adjunct instructor in Biology Humboldt State University
  8. Cory Kamholz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee School of Architecture
  9. Jennifer Kane, MS/MPP candidate, University of Maryland
  10. Ryan Kane, Student researcher, Augsburg College Space Physics Lab
  11. Cem Kaner, J.D., Ph.D., Professor of Computer Sciences, Florida Instittute of Technology
  12. Prof. Arthur Kantrowitz, Darttmouth College, Member National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering
  13. Durrell D. Kapan, Ph.D., Assistant Researcher, University of Hawaii - Manoa
  14. Aditya Kapil, Aditya Kapil (PhD, Biochemistry) - now a Venture Capitalist
  15. Daniel Kaplan, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Duke University Medical Center
  16. Aaron Kappeler, Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto
  17. Victor E. Kappeler, Professor of Criminology, Eastern Kentucky University
  18. Rev. Gregory Kapphahn, Pastor of Glenwood United Parish (UCC/UMC), Minnesota
  19. Dr. Jeremy Kapteyn, PhD., University of Arizona
  20. Nick Josh Karean, Science, Reason & Rationality, Malaysia
  21. Michael Karin, Professor of Pharmacology, Distinguished Professor, Amer Cancer Society Research Professor, UCSD
  22. David J. Karlen, Dept. of Biology, University of South Florida
  23. Lennart Karlsson, test engineer, Gothenburg Sweden
  24. Philip Karn, VP-Technology, Qualcomm
  25. Philip Richard Karn, Sr, retired retail pharmacist
  26. Dr. William Kastern
  27. Dr. Maurice J Katz, former Director, Office of Defense Program Laboratories, U,S, Dept. of Energy
  28. Allan Kaufman, Emeritus Prof. of Physics, UC Berkeley
  29. Prof. Les Kaufman, Boston University Dept. of Biology
  30. Kenneth Kavanagh, environmental regulator, Indiana State Department of Health
  31. Harriet Kay, Biomedical student, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
  32. Steven Kaye, MD, Medical Director, CEO, Biogenic Research Corporation
  33. Elizabeth Keddy, researcher, Vertebrate Ecology Lab-Moss Landing Marine Labs
  34. Prof. Ralph Keen, Religious Studies, Univ. of Iowa
  35. Dr. George Keepers, Carruthers Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Oregon Health & Science University
  36. Andrew Keller, University of Florida student
  37. Fredrick Keller, Chairperson, Fine Art Dept. Kutztown University (retired)
  38. Dr. Harry E. Keller, Ph.D., President ParaComp, Inc. -- Science Education Organization
  39. Prof. Joseph Keller, Math Dept., Stanford University, member NAS
  40. Dr. Patricia Kelley, Professor of Geology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  41. Brandon Kelly, Astronomy Grad. Student, Univ. Arizona
  42. Karen Kelly, Biology Teacher, Department Head, Clayton Valley High School
  43. Dr. Norbert Kelvin, Dept Civil & Envir Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland
  44. John Kemeny, Computer Scientist, EMC Corporation
  45. Carol Kemmerer, An American citizen
  46. Kurt Kemmerer, PMHNP
  47. Dr. W. Michael Kemp, Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University
  48. Steven C. Kempf, Professor, Bological Sciences, Auburn University
  49. David Kempner, Ph.D., Managing Director, Integrated Market and Technology Assements, Inc.
  50. Adelaide Kent
  51. Kelly A. Kent, USC Neuroscience PhD Candidate
  52. Roger Kern, Automation analyst
  53. Prof. Gustaw Kerszman, DSc Roskilde University, Denmark
  54. Robert Keser, Assistant Professor, Fine Arts, National-Louis University (Chicago)
  55. Dr. Emily Keshner, Chair and Professor of Physical Therapy at Temple University
  56. Gerald T. Keusch, M.D., Associate Dean for Global Health, Boston University Medical Center
  57. Christopher Keyes, student, University of Southern Mississippi
  58. Dr. Ali Khounsary, Adjunct professor, IIT
  59. Jim Kidwell, technical writer at a software company
  60. John Kiely, American Editor, Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
  61. Bill Kilbourne, business owner, Technology's Edge
  62. Kit Kildahl, musician/sales, Bloomington, MN
  63. Bryn Kildow, Amateur astronomer
  64. A Marm Kilpatrick, senior research scientist at the Consortium for Conservation Medicine
  65. Jeramy Kimball, Graduate Student, Aero/Astro., University of Washington
  66. Prof. Takashi Kimura, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University
  67. Joshua King, Theoretical Physicist
  68. Randall King, Principal Mechanical Engineer, Bison Engineering
  69. John Kingman, MD
  70. Sarah E. Kingston, MSc, PhD candidate, University of Maryland
  71. Ali Kinkhabwala, Postdoctoral Researcher, Rockefeller University
  72. Anikak Kinkhabwala, graduate student, Chemistry, Stanford University
  73. Dr. Berma Kinsey, Researcher, Baylor College of Medicine and MEDVAMC
  74. Prof. James L. Kinsey, Department of Chemistry, Rice University, Member, National Academy of Sciences (1991)
  75. Adam Kirchhefer, University of Western Ontario
  76. Prof. Mark Kirk, Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia
  77. Johan nik Kirkeng, Retired business owner
  78. Harold Wayne Kirkpatrick, CEO, MDS America, Inc.
  79. L. J. Kirschman, Southern Illinois University
  80. Joseph L. Kirschvink, Professor of Geobiology, California Institute of Technology
  81. Jessica Kissinger, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics, University of Georgia
  82. Jane Kittner, Architect, Texas
  83. Lisa Klanner, student Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
  84. Prof. John R. Klauder, Physics & Mathematics, University of Florida
  85. Gunther Kletetschka, Research Professor, Department of Physics, Catholic University of America
  86. Michael M. Kliks, PhD, President, CTS Foundation, Hawaii
  87. Abbie Klinghoffer, student , University of Virginia
  88. Dr. Sara Klucking, Emory University
  89. Leslie Anne Klusmire, land use planner
  90. Dr. Heinrich Klussmann, med,, specialist in intern (retired), Munich, Germany
  91. Mike Klymkowsky, Professor of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology and Co-Director of CU Teach
  92. Greg Knehans, Graduate Student, University of Arizona
  93. Steve Knight, Executive Vice President ITS, Inc.
  94. Justin Knoll
  95. Steven Knowlton, Esq., Attorney/Scientist
  96. Helene Knox, independent scholar, editor
  97. Robert Knox, Director and Professor, Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma
  98. Evan Koblentz, Technology writer / historian
  99. Gretchen Koch, Penn State University
  100. Thomas Kocher, Professor of Biology, University of Maryland
  101. M. Koehl, Professor, Dept. of Integrative Biology, U. C. Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  102. Anson Koehler, Graduate Student, University of New Mexico
  103. Norman Koerner, elementary science teacher-Philadelphia
  104. Alan Kohn, Professor Emeritus, Department of Zoology, University of Washington
  105. Joseph Kohn MD, Medical Director, www.WeAreOne.cc
  106. Dr. Lisa M. Konkel, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Biology, Viterbo University
  107. Maria Konstantakaki, student, agricultural university, Greece
  108. George Kontopidis, SVP Products and Technology Strategy, NMS Communications
  109. Nancy Kopell, W.G. Aurelio Prof of Mathematics & Science, Boston University; member, National Academy of Sciences
  110. Prof. Ron Kopito, Biologist, Stanford University
  111. Rick Kopp, Independent Researcher, Theoretical Physics
  112. Bradley Korkowski, Former geologist, University of Arizona
  113. Michael F. Korns, CTO, Investment Science Corp
  114. Roderik Kortlever, Researcher, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam
  115. Paul Kostel, Biochemist at BioMarin Pharmaceutical
  116. Vladimir Kozhevnikov, Professor of Physics, Tulsa Community College
  117. Prof. Elliot Krafsur, Iowa State University - Entomology
  118. Dr. Anne Krake, Small business owner, veterinarian/ American
  119. Jacob Kramer, teacher, Adlai E. Stevenson High School
  120. Laird H. Kramer, Professor of Physics, Florida International University
  121. William Kramer, Endangered species biologist, Hawaii
  122. Michael Kraus, Graduate Student, Yale University Dept of Neurobiology
  123. Bill Kraynek, Professor, School of Computing & Information Services, Florida international University
  124. Marko Krco, PhD Student, Astronomy and Space Sciences, Cornell University
  125. Dr. Wolf Krebs, retired Professor of Anatomy, the City University of New York
  126. Christophe Kreis, Ph.D, Gladstone Institute of Virology, UCSF
  127. Peter Krembs, Earth Scientist and Registered Professional Geologist
  128. Christina J Kress, UCSD Medical Center
  129. Leonard Krishtalka, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Director, Biodiversity Institute, Univ. of Kansas
  130. Aaron R. Krochmal, Washington College, Maryland
  131. Prof. Herbert Kroemer, Nobel Laureate Physics 2000
  132. Dubear Kroening, Assistant Professor of Biological Science, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley
  133. Kris Krogh, researcher, UCSB Neuroscience Research Institute
  134. Harold Kroto FRS, Professor of Chemistry, Florida State University, Nobel Laureate (1996)
  135. David A. Krupp, ssoc Professor, Marine & Biological Sciences,Windward Community College-Univ of Hawai`i
  136. Edward Kruszka, Professor of Mathematics, North Hennepin Community College
  137. Trevor Kuether, undergrad/Virginia Tech
  138. Dr. Olga Kukal, Adjunct Associate Professor, Biology, Queen's University
  139. Dr. Joseph Kulik, Research Associate, Materials Research Institute, Penn State University
  140. Akshay Kulkarni, graduate student, Astronomy, Cornell University
  141. Lee Kump, Professor of Geosciences, Penn State
  142. Warren L. Kump, retired chairman, Department of Radiology, North Memorial Medical Center
  143. Volodymyr Kunko-Bohoslavetz, Professor of Industrial Design at the Art Institute of Seattle
  144. Sidney Kushner, Professor of Genetics, University of Georgia

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