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This is list of notable scientists who do not have WP articles. Useful resources for compiling this list include:

Any troubled/difficult names that could be potential errors are to be placed at the SFNI list.

Scientists[edit]

A - H[edit]

  1. Marek Artur Abramowicz - plenty of articles by and about Polish Astrophysicist Marek Abramowicz, but none on Wikipedia. - I started this article at Draft:Marek Abramowicz but have run out of available sources. Samwalton9 (talk) 22:48, 13 February 2014 (UTC)
  2. John William Baker (John W. Baker) - the John Baker article is a disambig that doesn't mention this person.
  3. Nicholas Timothy Belaiew (also try Nikolai Timofeevich Beliaev) - Russian metallugist (1878 - 1955)
  4. Angelo Bellani Italian natural philosopher (1776 - 1852)
  5. Justin-Mirande René Benoit - French physicist and metrificationist (1844 - 1922)
  6. Robert Russell Bensley - Canadian-American anatomist (1867 - 1956)
  7. H. N. Campbell - Herbert N. Campbell, United States Rubber Company. PhD 1934, Cornell.

I - K[edit]

  1. Hans Klein (professor) - Professor of Public Policy in Georgia Institute of Technology. Very stubby article deleted.

L - M[edit]

  1. Dr. Bruce Rusty Lang, M.D. - U.S. Army Special Forces: Project 404 - Laos Secret War 1970, Studies and Observations Group Command & Control North 1971, Christian international physician, bioscientist, BioScience Co-Author: "RU-486 & Abortion Politics", Texas Candidate for U.S. Senate 2002 (1950 - Present)
http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0006-3568(199110)41%3A9%3C594%3ARAAP%3E2.0.CO%3B2-Q
http://www.uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/state.php?fips=48&year=2002&f=0&off=3&elect=2
http://www.rustylangforsenate.org/
  1. S. Leduc - see Thermal Hall effect; French physicist Sylvestre Anatole Leduc (1856–1937).
  2. Jean-Pierre Lehman - French paleontologist (1914 - 1981)
  3. Solomon Grigorevich Levit Lithuanian geneticist (1894 - 1938)
  4. Grigorii Andreevich Levitskii - Russian cytologist (1878 - 1942)
  5. Petr Ivanovich Lukirskii - Russian physicist (1894 - 1954)
  6. Adolf Magnus-Levy - German physiologist (1865 - 1955)
  7. Christian Monstein

N - S[edit]

  1. Wilfred S. Nathan (also try Wilfred Nathan)
  2. Augustus Oemler, Jr. (also try Augustus Oemler)
  3. Stephen J. Paddack - see Yarkovsky-O'Keefe-Radzievskii-Paddack effect
  4. Lori Paige Penner, M.A. - Texas construction executive, heiress, historian, gemologist
  5. Stephen Oswald Pearson - see Pearson-Anson effect
  6. V. V. Radzievskii - Russian astrophysicist Vladimir Viacheslavovich Radzievskii, see Yarkovsky-O'Keefe-Radzievskii-Paddack effect and LeSage gravity
  7. Noal Rasmussen - see religion Noalism
  8. Kevin Richardson (biologist), biologist famous for playing with lions and other dangerous animals (zoologist named Kevin Richardson and not biologist?)
  9. Izchak Shteinberg - Israeli physicist
  10. Ivan Stephan Sokolnikoff Russian-born mathematician

T - Z[edit]

  1. Vadim N. Tsytovich
  2. Peter Ventzek - Peter Lowell George Ventzek?
  3. Myrna M. Weissman (wp gwp g | pubmed)
  4. Dr Jay L. Wile - Creation Scientist and Apologetic Science Text Book writer
  5. Itamar Wilner - Israeli chemist
  6. James R. Woodgett - current director of the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute in Toronto, Ontario.
  7. Cyprien Verseux - astrobiologist expert in biological life support systems for Mars exploration and crewmember of the HI-SEAS IV mission.

SFNI[edit]

  1. Dorothea Bates - No notable scientist with matching name; most likely an incorrect spelling of Dorothea Bate.
  2. Teller, Advard - Likely Edward Teller.
  3. Carl Welser - there was a Carl F. Welser from the University of Michigan with a few biological publications. Notability unclear and little information available.

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