Harry Kloor at Comic-Con 2009
|Education||BA, BA, Southern Oregon State College
M.Ed Southern Oregon University
PhD, PhD Purdue University
National Technology Policy Advisor
X Prize Chief Technology Officer
|Employer||Co-founder Universal Consultants|
|Known for||Simultaneous PhDs in Chemistry and Physics|
Dr. Kloor is the CEO of Loarz Inc and CEO of Jupiter 9 Productions. Dr. Kloor is also one of the founders of Rocket Racing League, and served on the founding team for Singularity University, where he still serves as a media advisor. Kloor taught at the first summer session of Singularity University in 2009. He was also the chief science advisor for the X Prize Organization, advising X Prize Chairman and CEO Dr. Peter H. Diamandis on science and technology issues. In 2011, Dr. Kloor was selected and served as one of the chairs for DARPA's 100 Year Starship study.
He is a writer, scientist, educator, researcher, inventor, story editor and producer, National Technology Policy Advisor, and a Chief Technology Officer with over 25 years experience in science & technology consulting, and commercial and military product development. In his position of chief science consultant for Universal Consultants, a company he also co-founded, he has provided classified work for various think tanks, and Energy companies, and has also provided extensive guidance to clients in the development of new technological products, patents, and policy positions. These clients include NASA, the National Security Agency, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Rocket Plane, the US Senate, American Medical Association, Jet Propulsion Laboratories, Heavy Mental Interactive, Mousetrap Solutions, RealPlayer, and Next Computers. Both his PhDs were earned at Purdue University - West Lafayette.
Kloor is also a credited writer, director and producer. Since his graduation from Purdue University, he has written for Star Trek: Voyager and was the story editor for Gene Roddenberry's, Earth: Final Conflict, a series he co-created/developed. Kloor has received Federal grants to develop some of his work with the entertainment industry, creating TV/film projects with NASA and ICE (Immigration Customs Enforcement Agency).  He is currently producer and writer of Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey, a 3-D, computer-animated, action adventure, sci-fi program. Following the release of Quantum Quest, he is planning to produce a film adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein's Have Space Suit—Will Travel.
- As producer
- Earth: Final Conflict (20 episodes, 1997–1998)
- Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey (2010) (and as director and writer)
- As writer
- Earth: Final Conflict (1 episode 1997, 15 stories uncredited)
- Episode "Scorpion's Dream" (1997)
- Star Trek: Voyager (6 episodes, 1997–1998)
- Godzilla: The Series (1 episode, 1999)
- "Competition" (1999)
- Deadzone: The Series (1 episode, 2004)
- "The Master" (unproduced, 2004)
- Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey (2010)
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