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Stephen Emmott
Stephen Emmott (born 3 June 1960) is a British scientist, entrepreneur and chief scientist of Scientific.[1][2] Emmott was named one of London's most influential scientists, and one of the most influential people in London by the Evening Standard in 2012.[3] Emmott studied at the University of York, where he completed a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences (experimental psychology), graduating in 198
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Bennett Ratliff
Bennett Ratliff (born August 18, 1961)[1] is a civil engineer and small business owner in Coppell, Texas , and served as a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 115 in Dallas County in the 83rd Session.[2] Born in Fort Worth, Ratliff is a son of former State Senator and Lieutenant Governor Bill Ratliff of Mount Pleasant in Titus County in northeastern Texas. Hi
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Charles V. Shank
Charles Vernon (Chuck) Shank (born July 12, 1943) is an American physicist, best known as the director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory from 1989 to 2004. Charles Vernon (Chuck) Shank was born in Mount Holly, New Jersey, on July 12, 1943.[1][2][3] He entered the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in 1965, his Master of Science
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L. Taylor Hansen
L. (Lucile) Taylor Hansen (November 30, 1897 – May 1976) was a writer of science fiction popular science articles and books who used a male writing persona for the early part of her career. She is the author of eight short stories, nearly sixty nonfiction articles popularizing anthropology and geology, and three nonfiction books. An autobiographical sketch by Hansen begins with her memory o
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Iris Runge
Iris Anna Runge (1 June 1888 – 27 January 1966) was a German applied mathematician and physicist. Iris Runge was the eldest of six children of mathematician Carl Runge. She started studying physics, mathematics, and geography at the University of Göttingen in 1907, with the aim of becoming a teacher. At that time, she only attended the lectures, since women were not allowed to formally stu
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Edwin F. Taylor
Edwin F. Taylor is an American physicist known for his contributions to the teaching of physics. Taylor was editor of the American Journal of Physics, and is author of several introductory books to physics. In 1998 he was awarded the Oersted Medal for his contributions to the teaching of physics. Edwin Floriman Taylor was born in 1931 in Oberlin, Ohio and was the son of Lloyd William Taylor,
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Patrice Engle
Patrice Lee Engle (December 1, 1944–Sept 22, 2012) was a developmental psychologist known as a pioneer in the field of global early childhood development and for her international work advocating for children's education and healthcare.[1] She was Professor of Psychology and Child Development at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Engle was senior advisor for early child
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Robert Griffiths
Robert B. Griffiths (February 25, 1937) is an American physicist at Carnegie Mellon University. He is the originator of the consistent histories approach to quantum mechanics, which has since been developed by himself, Roland Omnès, Murray Gell-Mann, and James Hartle. Robert B. Griffiths was born in Etah, Uttar Pradesh in 1937 to Presbyterian missionaries. Griffiths attended Woodstock School
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Jack McAuliffe
John R. "Jack" McAuliffe (born 1945) is an American brewer best known as the founder of the New Albion Brewing Company in Sonoma, California. McAuliffe started the brewery, considered the first American microbrewery in the modern era, in 1976.[1][2] (As of 2013), he lives in Arkansas.[3] McAuliffe was born on May 11, 1945 Caracas, Venezuela. His father, John McAuliffe, intercepted and transla
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Thomas Eugene Everhart
Thomas Eugene Everhart FREng (born February 15, 1932, Kansas City, Missouri)[1] is an American educator and physicist. His area of expertise is the physics of electron beams. Together with Richard F. M. Thornley he designed the Everhart-Thornley detector. These detectors are still in use in scanning electron microscopes, even though the first such detector was made available as early as 1956. E
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