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  1. Scientist, leads InVADER deep-sea project
  2. Director of CAMMP, Professor of Chemical Engineering
  3. Retired United States Air Force veteran, video game artist and game programmer. Sachs was the lead artist on the groundbreaking Amiga computer game Defender of the Crown from Cinemaware. He is also the author of the game Saucer Attack
  4. Amateur paleontologist, was responsible for the initial discovery of Stan's bone fragments, and as a result is the namesake for the T. rex. The Stan T.Rex is named after him
  5. Author. noted scientist and conservationist. Established the Blue Ocean Institute; works to sav the world's oceans
  6. Inventor/Married professors Ugur Sahin and Ozlem Tureci developed science of Pfizer vaccine to treat Covid-19/German billionaire, physician, oncologist and entrepreneur of Turkish origin
  7. Nobel medicine laureate 1991
  8. American Biologist - Inventor of Vaccine for Polio
  9. Scientist
  10. Psychologist and writer
  11. Nobel Prize winning economist. Born: 05/15/1915
  12. Swedish nobelprize winner
  13. Turkish biochemist and molecular biologist. In 2015, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with Tomas Lindahl and Paul L. Modrich for their mechanistic studies of DNA repair
  14. Scientist
  15. Nobel chemistry laureate 1958 & 1980. Only person alive to have won two Nobel Prizes. Born: 08/13/1918
  16. French scientist and oceanograph
  17. Organic Chemist,(1917-1999) Invented Process of Treating Pregnene Compounds Cortisone & the Sarett Oxidation process is named after him. Received the National Medal of Science in 1975 & Perkin Medal in 1976. 1980 was inducted into National Inventors HOF
  18. American economist, 2011 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
  19. Scientist
  20. French coordination chemist. He has specialized in supramolecular chemistry for which he has been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa
  21. Mathamatician/Born:1915
  22. Noted author, scientist, and conservationist. Inspired Dian Fossey to study the mountain gorilla, now has a large conservationist organization
  23. Nobel medicine laureate 1977
  24. Works with Cloning
  25. American cell biologist at the University of California. Sheckman was one of three researchers sharing the 2013 award of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine
  26. Nobel Laureate Economics
  27. Designer of the Taifun missile
  28. (16 July 1877 - 6 December 1967) was a Hungarian-born American pediatrician. He is the founder of the Schick test/invented between 1910 and 1911 is a test used to determine whether or not a person is susceptible to diphtheria
  29. German physicist and ESA astronaut
  30. American astrophysician, 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics with Saul Perlmutter and Adam Riess for providing evidence that the expansion of the universe is accelerating
  31. Inventor of the Schmidt sting pain index. Has documented over 80 stings from different insects, describing the pain and the insect world through his book titled, The Sting Of The Wild
  32. Scientist
  33. Inventor of Prozac
  34. James A. Schoke was part of the Special Engineer Detachment that worked at the Met Lab at the University of Chicago on the Manhattan Project. He worked for the instrument group, inventing instruments to detect uranium, alpha rays, and more
  35. Canadian economist, Nobel Prize in Economics 1997
  36. Nobel physics laureate 1972
  37. Scientist Chemistry, 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  38. Co-invented optical fiber; Inventor Hall of Fame inductee; President Natl Academy of Engineering
  39. President of the European University Viadrina
  40. Medical Expert, Founder of the Endocrinology Institute
  41. British mountaineer and explorer
  42. Scientist and TV presenter
  43. British born rocket scientist who worked on the construction of The Black Knight Rocket, the United Kingdom's first rocketry project after WW2. Lives on the Isle of Wight or in the UK
  44. NASA scientist in the 1960s whose worked included the patent for the Electrostatic Plasma Modulator for Space Vehicle Re-entry. b. 1906, d. 2006
  45. leading physicist of the Soviet Union
  46. Canadian Scientist. Member of the Order of Canada
  47. Nobel economics laureate 1994
  48. American Nobel Laureate who is the professor of pediatrics. He shared the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 'discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability' with William Kaelin Jr. and Peter J. Ratcliffe
  49. American physicist born March 14, 1909, at the 'Manhattan Project' (Trinity). Wrote 'The Los Alamos Primer' who was a printed project 'Wiki' for new team members.
  50. Paleontology superstar, discovered Afrovenator, Jobaria
  51. French mathematican, born 1926
  52. Chaired first meeting with the Network Working Group to create the final version of the Interface Message Processor (IMP) specifications. Pioneer of the internet
  53. Merican mathematician and economist. With Alvin E. Roth, Shapley won the 2012 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences 'for the theory of stable allocations and the practice of market design
  54. 2015 inductee for National Inventors Hall of Fame
  55. nobel med. laureate 1993
  56. Californian geologist, best known for his studies of The Moving Rocks of Death Valley
  57. nobel chemistry laureate 2001 and 2022
  58. (born 1949) is an American freelance writer and UFO skeptic. He is a paranormal investigator of unidentified flying objects, having researched many sightings and written critiques of the hypothesis that UFOs are alien spacecraft
  59. Israel professor of Materials Science. He was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 'the discovery of quasicrystals'.[3]
  60. English scientist. He is known for having proposed an unorthodox account of morphogenesis and for his research into parapsychology and telepathy
  61. Scientist and author that invented the Shepard's Tone
  62. Co-Inventor of Scotchgard
  63. Nobel Chemistry 2008
  64. nobel chem. laureate 2000
  65. JFK - trauma surgeon; operated on John Connally and Lee Harvey Oswald after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Also known for his research on shock, which initiated the current practice of giving saline to trauma and surgical patients
  66. (born 1947 in what is now Tanzania) was the primary designer of the 1985 Atari ST computer, and one of the engineers of the Commodore 64
  67. Chinese biologist. 'The Father of Chinese Biophysicics' Born: 10/10/1903
  68. geologist astronomer
  69. Planetary Scientist, born 1957. Has so far discovered 3 new rings and six new moons of the solar system, among the outer planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and (now dwarf planet) Pluto
  70. (born 19 October 1917) is an Indian mathematician with achievements in combinatorial mathematics. He is notable for his breakthrough work with R. C. Bose and E. T. Parker in their disproof of the famous conjecture made by Leonhard Euler
  71. Born June 17, 1925, pharmacologist, chemist, artist, and drug developer. known as the Godfather of Ecstacy
  72. Inventor of Helicoptor
  73. Co-inventor of Post-It notes with Arthur Fry; developed the adhesive for the notes
  74. Early NASA
  75. Flown to Space on Missions Soyuz TMA-10 / TMA-9 & Soyuz TMA-14 / TMA-13. Built the organization and applications for Microsoft Word, Excel, & Multiplan. Holds 11 Patents. Active Philanthropist
  76. First woman to ever receive a Ph.D. in meteorology. She eventually became NASA's lead weather researcher and has authored or co-authored over 190 articles
  77. Meteorologist, hurricane specialist, first director of the National Hurricane Research Project (1955-1959), and a former director (1967-1974) of the National Hurricane Center.
  78. American econometrician and macroeconomist, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2011
  79. British entrepreneur and inventor, most commonly known for his work in consumer electronics in the late 1970s and early 1980s
  80. Born October 8, 1918 is a Danish chemist and Nobel laureate
  81. chemnist, winner of the 1996 Nobel Price in Chemistry
  82. Scientist - CHarge-Coupled Device (CCD) with Willard Boyle
  83. American chemist and Nobel laureate. He is the Curators' Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences at the University of Missouri
  84. nobel medicine laureate
  85. oceanographer cartologist
  86. Nobel medicine laureate 2007
  87. American theoretical physicist, a faculty member at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, an adjunct professor of physics at the University of Waterloo
  88. 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics
  89. Retired rocket engineer, born 1937, hired to work with Von Braun's team in 1958. Worked on the recently launched Explorer I satellite project, and then a career at NASA, with contributions to the Apollo and Skylab missions
  90. Nobel economics laureate 1987
  91. American author and inventor most notable for being the U.S. prosecution team's chief interpreter during the Nuremberg Trials. Fought at Battle of the Bulge. Part of the RCA team that invented color tv. Worked for NASA on the moon landings
  92. Astrophysicist, co-wrote Carl Sagan's monumental 1980 astronomy documentary series Cosmos. Since then, he has also acted as advisor on a number of science documentaries, such as the IMAX films Blue Planet and Cosmic Voyage
  93. nobel economics laureate 2001
  94. Pioneer in underwater archaeology (Born: 1947) who studies shipwrecks and sunken treasure. He is also a published author. He was twelve years old when he found his first five shipwrecks. He discovered the SS Georgiana in 1965
  95. Electrical engineer. Father of Steven Spielberg
  96. Cassini Project Scientist Enceladus Moon around Saturn and its rings
  97. Inventor of the board game Operation
  98. Forensic pathologist and author; worked on investigations of assassinations of John F. Kennedy & Martin Luther King Jr. Also testified at Phil Spector, OJ Simpson, and JonBenét Ramsey trials
  99. Norwegian psycologist specializing in sex
  100. flight scientist
  101. 'Nobel Prize for Physics'
  102. Centenarian American scientist specializing in preventive cardiology and the study of the influence of various risk factors on coronary heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases
  103. Doctor/Pioneer in Organ Transplant. Performed the first human liver transplant. Called 'The Father of Modern Transplant'
  104. Liechtenstein Scientist, memory training
  105. Astrophysicist, SETI
  106. Astronomer, planetary scientist. Co-discoverer of Pluto's moons Nix and Hydra in 2005
  107. One of the last surviving members of The Manhattan Project. Chemical engineer. In 1945, transferred to Los Alamos (Manhattan Project) where he worked under Dr. Morris Kolodney to produce plutonium for the Gadget and Fat Man bombs
  108. Nobel physics laureate 1988
  109. Former Surgeon General 1969-1973
  110. Scientist
  111. Nobel Prize 2009
  112. Astrophysicist, planetary scientist. Leader of the New Horizons mission to the planet Pluto in 2015
  113. Invented magnetic computer disc drive
  114. Scottish tv presenter of the BBC show 'Earth : The Power Of The Planet' Iain Stewart is also a lecturer in geology in the school of the Earth,Ocean and Environmental Sciences at the University of Plymouth
  115. Former Surgeon General 1965-1969
  116. nobel enconomics laureate 2001
  117. Scottish chemist. He shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry together with Ben Feringa and Jean-Pierre Sauvage in 2016 for the design and synthesis of molecular machines
  118. Flight scientist
  119. Ed Stone  (2)
    Worked on the Voyager 1 and 2 that went into Space in 1977
  120. Noted aeronautical and hydrodynamics engineer and consultant. Stout was the designer of the world's first ever supersonic seaplane, the Navy F2Y-1 Sea Dart
  121. Flight scientist, NASA Flight Director
  122. (born 18 July 1917) is an economics professor. He was a professor at Boston University, US until his retirement. He has been a distinguished academic working on development economics since the 1950s. Published 7+ books
  123. Canadian physicist, academic, and Nobel laureate, who is a pioneer in the field of lasers. She is the third woman to win the Nobel Prize in Physics, shared with her former PhD adviser, Gérard Mourou of France
  124. Designed and implemented the C++ programming language. Professor of Computer Science in Columbia University in New York City
  125. 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  126. Physicist who played an important part in the development of rocket intrumentation
  127. Nobel Prize winner: The Nobel Prize in Physics 1998
  128. American professor, UCSD
  129. Invented the CPAP machine; essential to premie birth survival
  130. 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
  131. Icthyologist for 'Finding Nemo'
  132. American Science Populariser - Childrens Television
  133. American theoretical physicist, Professor of theoretical physics at Stanford University and founding director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics
  134. 2016 Inductee of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  135. Japanese chemist and Nobel Prize Laureate (2010), who first published the Suzuki reaction, the organic reaction of an aryl- or vinyl-boronic acid with an aryl- or vinyl-halide catalyzed by a palladium(0) complex, in 1979
  136. Scientist, Environmentalist
  137. Psychic Spy for the CIA. From 1978-1991 worked as the head of the CIA's ''remote Viewing'' department, very covert.Info was declassified about five or six years ago.
  138. German-American biochemist. He is the co-awardee of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (with James Rothman and Randy Schekman) for work on vesicle trafficking.)
  139. Nobel Prize 2009 of Medicine