I am a biochemical engineer in a US government lab, specializing in the processing and modification of agricultural commodities. My current research is in the non-food/feed utilization of animal protein. I'm an INTJ.
I am also interested in wide variety useless topics, which is why I feel so at home with Wikipedia.
I've been a slow, steady contributor since 6/23/03. I'm primarily an exopedian.
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I dig learning the history of my adopted neighborhood. I've contributed to all these articles (which are mostly stubby) which are somehow related to the history of my neighborhood:
Abington Art Center • Abington School District v. Schempp • Abington Senior High School • Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania • Ambler, Pennsylvania • Ancillae Assumpta Academy • Arcadia University • Ardsley (SEPTA station) • Ardsley, Pennsylvania • Benjamin Netanyahu • Beth Sholom Synagogue • Bok Tower Gardens • Cheltenham High School • Cheltenham Square Mall • Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania • Cheltenham, Pennsylvania • Chestnut Hill College • Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania • Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia • Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Country Gentleman • Curtis Arboretum • Curtis Hall Arboretum • Curtis Organ • Curtis Publishing Co. v. Butts • Curtis Publishing Company • Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar Curtis • Edward W. Bok • Efrem Zimbalist • Elkins Estate •Elkins Park, Pennsylvania • Ezra Pound • Fort Washington, Pennsylvania • George D. Widener, Jr. • George Dunton Widener • George Horace Lorimer • Glenside (SEPTA station) • Glenside, Pennsylvania • Gratz College • Great Train Wreck of 1856 • Grey Towers Castle • Harry Elkins Widener • Huntingdon Valley (SEPTA station) • Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania • Jack and Jill (magazine) • Jenkintown, Pennsylvania • Jenkintown-Wyncote (SEPTA station) • John Charles Martin • John Wanamaker • Keasbey and Mattison Company • La Mott, Pennsylvania • Ladies' Home Journal • Laverock, Pennsylvania • Lorimer • Lorimer Park • Louisa Knapp Curtis • Lucretia Mott • Lynnewood Hall • Manor College • Mary Louise Curtis Bok Zimbalist • Melrose Park, Pennsylvania • Michael Brecker • Morris Arboretum • Ogontz, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Pennsylvania Route 152 • Pennsylvania Route 309 • Pennsylvania Route 611 • Pennsylvania Route 73 • Peter Arrell Brown Widener • Plymouth Meeting Mall • Public Ledger (Philadelphia) • Reconstructionist Rabbinical College • Reggie Jackson • Roslyn, Pennsylvania • Rydal (SEPTA station) • Rydal, Pennsylvania • Saint Basil Academy (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania) • The American Home • The Saturday Evening Post • Tyler School of Art • Upper Moreland Township, Pennsylvania • Wall House (Elkins Park, Pennsylvania) • Wallace Triplett • West Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Whitemarsh Hall • Willow Grove Park • Willow Grove, Pennsylvania • Wissahickon Creek • Wyncote, Pennsylvania • Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania
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