List of Sigma Xi members
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This is a list of notable members of the science and engineering honor society Sigma Xi.
- Ali Baghchehsara – Vice President of Solar Maximum Co. and coauthor of Electric Space: Space-Based Solar Power Technologies & Applications 
- Irmgard Flügge-Lotz – developed the theory of discontinuous automatic control; first female engineering professor at Stanford University and first female engineer elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
- Don G. Despain – flora of Yellowstone National Park specialist
- Edwin Earle Honey (1891–1956) – American plant pathologist and mycologist
- Barbara McClintock – cytogenetics specialist, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner
- Peter H. Raven – President Emeritus of the Missouri Botanical Garden
- Arthur W. Adamson – inorganic photochemistry pioneer
- Bettye Washington Greene – Dow Chemical
- Narayan Sadashiv Hosmane – Humboldt Prize winner
- Ray R. Irani – current chairman and former chief executive officer of Occidental Petroleum
- Irving Langmuir – research helped develop the incandescent light bulb, Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
- Tobin J. Marks – National Medal of Science laureate
- Donna Nelson – President of Oklahoma Sigma Xi Chapter
- Linus Pauling – Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
- Harry Snyder – President of Minnesota Sigma Xi Chapter
- Kelly O. Sullivan – Sigma Xi President, 2012-2013
- Theodor Svedberg – Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
- Harold Urey – discovery of deuterium, Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner
- Khairat Muhammad Ibne Rasa - Winner of the Potter Prize, Brown University 1959
- Supriyo Datta – Director of NASA Institute for Nanoelectronics and Computing
- Alan V. Oppenheim – Developed the field of digital signal processing and member of the National Academy of Engineering
- Anna Botsford Comstock – insect illustrator, leader in the nature study movement, and one of the first four female members of Sigma Xi
- Albert Turner Bharucha-Reid – probability and Markov chain theorist
- James McMahon – delegate to First Convention of Sigma Xi
- John von Neumann – Enrico Fermi Award winner
- Francis Crick – co-discoverer of DNA molecule, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner
- James D. Watson – co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winner
- John C. Cook – played a crucial role in establishing the field of ground-penetrating radar
- Richard J. Duffin – mathematical physicist noted for contributions to electrical transmission theory and geometric programming
- Albert Einstein – developed the general theory of relativity, Nobel Prize in Physics winner
- Richard Feynman – Nobel Prize in Physics winner
- Enrico Fermi – Chicago Pile team member, Nobel Prize in Physics winner
- Mustapha Ishak-Boushaki – astrophysicist noted for contributions to dark energy and gravitational lensing
- Ernest Merritt – Dean of the Graduate School, Cornell University
- Rahul Pandit – condensed matter physicist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate
- Andrea Prosperetti – multiphase flow researcher
- Natalie Angier – journalist
- Deborah Blum – Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
- Sherwood Boehlert – member of the United States House of Representatives
- George Brown, Jr. – member of the United States House of Representatives
- Malcolm Browne – photojournalist
- William D. Carey – publisher of Science
- Claudia Dreifus – journalist
- Dennis Flanagan – founding editor of Scientific American
- Ira Flatow – Science Friday host
- Al Gore – Vice President of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize winner
- Sidney Harris – cartoonist
- Brian Hayes – science writer
- Theodore Hesburgh – President Emeritus of the University of Notre Dame
- Jamie Hyneman – MythBusters co-host
- Bill Kurtis – television journalist
- Bob McDonald – journalist
- Dennis Overbye – science writer
- David Price – member of the United States House of Representatives
- David Quammen – science writer
- Paul Raeburn – science writer
- Floyd M. Riddick – Parliamentarian of the United States Senate
- Adam Savage – MythBusters co-host
- David Sington – BBC journalist
- Walter S. Sullivan – New York Times journalist
- Stewart Udall – Secretary of the Interior during John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations
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- "2008 Rachel Carson Lecture by Peter Raven" (2008). Michigan State University. Retrieved 2012-11-28.
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- Sigma Xi's "Members in the News"