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General Science[edit]

Astronomy and cosmology[edit]


Cosmology, galactic and extragalactic astronomy
Solar and stellar astronomy

Individual objects and groups[edit]

NGC Objects[edit]

Based upon the availability of published scientific studies, the following New General Catalogue deep sky objects are likely to satisfy the WP:GNG criteria:

c. Cluster; n. Nebula

 Comment: Turkish Wikipedia has all of the NGC objects. tr:Kategori:NGC cisimleri --Evolutionoftheuniverse (talk) 14:50, 17 June 2016 (UTC)

Hubble Ultra-Deep Field Objects[edit]

Based upon the availability of published scientific studies, some Hubble Ultra-Deep Field deep sky objects should have articles. Click here for a list of Hubble Ultra-Deep Field objects.

Organizations, observatories, telescopes, and surveys[edit]


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Chemistry, chemicals and labs[edit]

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Environment and geology[edit]

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Journals and trade publications[edit]

Material Sciences

I would like to request two articles be created for:  Hand facer tools and bumper

> tools. > > Hand facers and bumper tools are tools that were used to create the > smooth surface of Mount Rushmore, October 4, 1927 - October 31, 1941. Source: > > > Questions: What did these tools look like and what were they made of? Who > created them? How long did it take to learn to use them effectively? How fast > could workers smooth rock with these tools? > > Additional Question: were comparable hand tools used to create massive monuments > in antiquity, for example the Great Temple of Ramesses > II<>, in Egypt?


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Physical science[edit]


alchemy survival guide



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Scientists and people in science[edit]

  • Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (Sister organization of American Scientific Affiliation."The Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (CSCA) is a fellowship of scientists and those interested in science, who want to understand how science should best interact with the life-giving Christian tradition." [71])
  • Giulia Bassani (Space Ambassador, public speaker, science communicator, sci-fi novels writer, aspiring astronaut and aerospace engineering student at Polytechnic of Turin. Mainly known as Astro Giulia.) [72] [73] [74] [75]


Lunar crater eponyms[edit]

See List of craters on the Moon

See the NASA Lunar Atlas for crater nomenclature.


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Earth scientists[edit]


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Other scientists[edit]

Please check Wikipedia:Requested articles/Biography if you're not sure your scientist is a natural scientist.
  • J. Drew Lanham (Wildlife Ecologist. B.A. Zoology, 1988; M.S. Zoology, 1990; Ph.D. Forest Resources (Wildlife), Clemson University 1997. Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Master Teacher and Certified Wildlife Biologist, Forestry and Environmental Conversation Department, Clemson University. The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair With Nature: 2016. Sparrow Envy: 2016.) (
  • Peter M. Visscher - Professor and Chair of Quantitative Genetics at the University of Queensland. Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
  • Nathan Martinez - Neurolinguistics, Paleoanthropology and experimental archaeology.
  • Emily Dawn Calandrelli - Host and Co-Producer of Xploration Outer Space. WVU and MIT graduate.
  • John Warltire - 1725-1810[6] Lecturer in Natural Philosophy. Member of Lunar Society[7] . Author of numerous books on Natural and Experimental philosophy[8]. Subject of Painting - "Experiment on a bird in the air pump"[9]. Colleague of Erasmus Darwin and Benjamin Franklin.
  • Jose Roberto Trujillo  – PhD in neurology and molecular virology from Harvard. Founder and CEO of Trubios LLC, a US-based biotechnology services company focused on the Latin American region offering customized clinical research, commercialization, and venture capital solutions. Also, president and founder of The Medical Sciences Foundation on behalf of the Americas, a young non-profit organization created to promote medical sciences and general health education in Latin America and the Caribbean Basin. [122] [123] [124]
  • William Baker Fahnestock  – Nineteenth century scientist. Known for publications on mesmerism.
  • Ninian Marshall  – Scientist that tried to explain the biologic interation of the natural move of the matter to their next resonating state and the Clairvoyance of people who has the power to see the future.
  • Norris Alderson - Associate Commissioner of Science, FDA
  • Nassim Haramein - Creator of holofractographic theory
  • Carl Disch - [125]
  • Sandro Percario - [Graduated in Biological Sciences - Medical Modality by Escola Paulista de Medicina (1989), masters in Morphology from the Federal University of Sao Paulo - Brazil (1995), developed the experimental part of the study at Saint Michael's Hospital of the University of Toronto - Canada. Has a PhD in Sciences from the Federal University of Sao Paulo (2000). Obtained the title of Full Professor of Sciences (DSc) from the Faculty of Medicine of São José do Rio Preto - Brazil (2009). Currently performs Post-Doctoral training at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Atlanta-USA), studying oxidative changes in vectors of malaria. Former Associate Professor of Vascular Surgery at the Federal University of Sao Paulo from 2000 to 2004. Currently Full Professor of the Institute of Biological Sciences- ICB of the Federal University of Para – UFPA, Brazil. Advisor of Masters and Theses in the Post-Graduation Program of Biology of Infectious and Parasitic Agents of ICB/UFPA, which he is a former Coordinator. Coordinates the Oxidative Stress Research Lab of ICB/UFPA. Experienced in Biochemistry, with emphasis on Oxidative Biochemistry, working mainly on the following topics: free radicals, oxidative stress, antioxidants, malondialdehyde, nitric oxide, atherosclerosis and malaria. Published more than 60 full-text articles in scientific journals and more than 130 communications in annals of scientific events, so far.]
  • Glenn Alan Gaesser - a professor of University of Virginia who specialises in exercise physiology and director of the kinesiology program in the Curry School of Education and writes several books about dieting and obesity
  • Giacchino Giuliani - seismologist who predicted the L'Aquila earthquake but was told by Italian gov. to stop warning people
  • Vadim N. Gladyshev - biochemist (Ph.D.), Professor, Director of the Redox Biology Center, University of Nebraska–Lincoln; outstanding achievements in research and discovery in the experimental biochemistry, computational biology and biomedical redox biology; contribution to the understanding of genetic organization; presented with the ORCA Award
  • Dr. Pawan Kumar Bharti - Environmental scientist, Antarctician, Writer, Poet, editor
  • Steven Phillipson - licensed clinical psychologist (Ph.D.) in New York City, world renowned for his treatment of OCD, especially Pure-O
  • Bernard Wood (paleoanthropologist) - Bernard Wood is article on British geophysicist
  • Katsuyuki Ooyama - (1929-2006) Japanese American meteorologist [126]
  • Paul Manger – neuroscientist
  • Zoltan Molnar – neuroscientist
  • Xu Liu – neuroscientist [127]
  • Dr. Muhammad Moghaddam Vahed - Iranian scientist in Plant Breeding
  • Prof. Dr. Emil Baur (1873-1944) - A ETH Zurich professor who worked on fuel cell, photolysis, gold extraction from seawater etc. [128][129]
  • Dr. Jules Richard (1863-1945), un scientifique français, directeur du Musée océanographique de Monaco de 1900 à 1945.
  • Dr. Bořivoj Černík (1890-1977) - Mining expert, professor of the Mining University in Příbram. Graduate of the grammar school and the Mining University in Příbram and the Technical University in Prague. He initially worked in coal mines abroad. From 1919 until retirement the teacher of the Mining University in Příbram. - He dealt with the issue of deep mines, especially dusts, shocks, and the gasses of mine gases. He was the designer of an inhalation device, the author of the implementation of forced blowers and milliseconds of rock blasting. He worked as an expert at Rudné doly Příbram and a forensic expert in mining operations. Since 1964 he has worked as a collaborator of the Research Experimental Institute of Therapy in Krč and has been a member of various scientific committees of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. Author of a number of expert studies, articles and publications on mining issues.
  • Amber Yang - a Stanford University student and the 2017 Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award winner for her astrophysics research on creating an artificial intelligence system to more accurately track space debris , [132]
  • Matthew Fontaine Maury Osborne, econophysicist. Performed studies in salmon and rediscovered Louis Bachelier idea of using brownian motion to theorize stock prices using log-normal distributions (instead of normal). MaoGo (talk) 15:02, 23 November 2017 (UTC)
  • Günter Bechly (de), Paleontologist


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  2. ^ Bertlmann, Reinhold; Zeilinger, Anton (2016). Quantum [Un]Speakables II: Half a Century of Bell's Theorem. Springer. p. 25. 
  3. ^ 1996 Phys. World 9 (4) 3
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  6. ^ "John Warltire - oi". doi:10.1093/oi/authority.20110803121026682. 
  7. ^ "Lunar Society of Birmingham". 13 March 2016 – via Wikipedia. 
  8. ^ "John Warltire Books: Buy Online from". 
  9. ^ "An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump". 11 July 2016 – via Wikipedia.