Also, when adding a request, please include as much information as possible (such as webpages, articles, or other reference material) so editors can find and distinguish your request from an already-created article.
Global systems science - a new science of large complex systems. e.g. the environment, a business, a national economy
California Academy of Sciences Fellows - founded in 1853, fellows include several members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and other notable scientists
The Kavli HUMAN Project - A longitudinal and interdisciplinary research project out of NYU that will be creating a database comprised of data from 10,000 New Yorkers that they hope will improve insights for researchers and New York City residents. (www.kavlihumanproject.org)
Donald Yeomans - American planetary scientist and astronomer. Made predictions that helped obtain the first images of the return of Halley's Comet in 1982. He worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and managed NASA's Near-Earth Objects Program Office. According to a NASA biography, "He was a science team member for the Deep Impact/EPOXI mission, which deployed an impactor that was "run over" by comet Tempel 1 in 2005 and later approached comet Hartley 2 in 2010. Yeomans was also the U.S. project scientist for the Japanese-led Hayabusa mission that returned a sample from near-Earth object Itokawa in 2010, and a team chief for the Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous mission that orbited the asteroid Eros and landed on it in 2001. Asteroid 2956 Yeomans was named after him." He has been awarded the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, NASA highest award. Has written several books including Near-Earth Objects: Finding Them Before They Find Us, 2012; Comets, 1991; and Comet Halley - Fact and Folly, 1985. He was born on May 3, 1942, in Rochester, New York. 
Don't see the difference with synchrotron radiation. This paper differentiates the two as "Gyrosynchrotron radiation is the electromagnetic emission generated by mildly relativistic electrons moving in a magnetic field, while the term synchrotron radiation is used to describe the emission from ultarelativitic electrons", but most sources I found define synchrotron radiation as just relativistic. Maybe a historical shift in definition? I'm inclined to redirect but maybe an expert can chime in. – Xingyzt (talk | contribs) 14:59, 6 January 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
sound of astronomical object - sounds giving off cosmic objects and sounds of cosmic events like supernova, including planets in our Solar System giving off unique sound recorded by NASA
These are generally sonification of radar and other non-acoustic signals. Some clarification may be helpful but don't think it deserves its own page. – Xingyzt (talk | contribs) 14:38, 6 January 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
List of age estimates of the universe - scientific estimates of the age of the universe published in peer-reviewed journals. The list could include the age estimate (including error intervals), the publication date, the author, and perhaps the method by which the age was derived.
Hoaxes would probably be based on belief and would likely have no reliable sources. If you can provide some sources an article can be created, but it would be subject to edit wars. PrathuCoder (talk) 06:27, 6 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Keystone Symposia (Please aggregate important times already mentioned in the wikipedia files for Keystone Symposia so that the important scientific discoveries, conversations, and summits are in one place. I have to continually find specific mentions using the search function to get the information I need. We should probably also do this for FASEB and other scientific summits that have contributed to the development of scientific journals.) (https://wiki.alquds.edu/?query=Special:Search?search=keystone+symposia&go=Go&ns0=1)
Physics (defunct journal, 1964-1968); published by Physics Publishing Company. This journal published several important papers, including John Stewart Bell's paper on the EPR paradox. Its being defunct is mentioned in  and at  and in the article. The American Physical Society hosts an archive of it at https://journals.aps.org/ppf/ however it is pretty hard to learn of it because "physics" is not a very useful search term. Thus a Wikipedia disambiguation page would help scholars and students find the archive. Its also interesting because it was an experiment in paying physicists for their articles, and one of its editors was Nobel Laureate Philip Warren Anderson There is an interview with Anderson describing the birth of the journal at 
Mikayel G. Melkumyan (Dr. Mikayel Melkumyan is an Armenian earthquake engineer who has dedicated himself to strengthening the buildings across Armenia and the world against devastating earthquakes. Through his research work he has created the Melkumyan Model, a hysteresis model that models the shear behavior of rigid reinforced concrete structures. He has reconstructed multiple buildings in Armenia and his technologies are being used in various countries. His work put Armenia second in the world after Japan for most seismically isolated buildings per capita. Dr. Mikayel Melkumyan is a distinguished professor and academic, with memberships in various scientific societies and associations.
Clive D. Rodgers (Dr Clive Rodgers BA, PhD Cantab is an Atmospheric Physicist who won the symons gold medal, The Society’s awards for excellence in meteorology are held in high regard across the international community. With a BA in Maths and Physics, University of Cambridge. PhD, Cambridge. Reader in Physics at Oxford until 2001, now retired but still research active. Radiative transfer, molecular spectroscopy, the application of estimation theory to the inverse problem of radiative transfer, and the application of satellite data to stratospheric and mesospheric dynamics and chemistry. Has been Co-Investigator on several Oxford satellite instruments, and most recently on two instruments flying on NASA's Aura satellite of the Earth Observing System, the High Resolution Dynamics Limb Sounder (Oxford and NCAR) and the Tropospheric Emission Sounder (JPL).) 
Mathieu Lapôtre (Planetary geologist, Assistant Professor in Geological Sciences at Stanford University. Discovered a new type of ripples on Mars. Was part of the science team that operates NASA's Curiosity rover. Is interested in geological processes that shape the surfaces of planets and how they vary from planet to planet. He also has interests in the geology of the Earth before complex life evolved. He has published over 30 papers including in Science, Nature, Nature Geoscience, and Nature Reviews Earth & Environment. He received several awards including the American Geophysical Union's Luna Leopold Early Career Award and is a Kavli Fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.) 
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.) 
Richard Saitz - (June 12, 2020 Richard Saitz MD MPH DFASAM FACP @unhealthyalcdrg Chair and Professor of Community Health Sciences at Boston University - BU - School of Public Health and Professor of Medicine at BU School of Medicine. President, International Society of Addiction Journal Editors. Associate Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association. Editor-in-Chief Journal of Addiction Medicine. Leading international scientist and research expert in screening and brief intervention for alcohol and other drug use, integrated care -addiction and general health-, expert at the intersection of people with unhealthy alcohol and other drug use and general health care. Advocate for the use of accurate non-stigmatizing terminology in the field of addiction. Research on HIV and alcohol, alcohol use disorder treatment effectiveness, on screening and brief counseling, and on unhealthy substance use as a health risk and condition, not a moral problem. In 2005 coined the term unhealthy alcohol use, which includes the full spectrum of risky use through disorder. Critical of research that concludes and assumes with inadequate methodology that low - moderate - alcohol use has health benefits. Principal investigator Clinical Translational Science Institute at BU.) 
Rina R. Wehbe Wehbe is a computer scientist with a background in psychology. She researchers Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Games User Research (GUR), and User Experience (UX). Information about Wehbe can be found via the  and 
Illah Nourbakhsh - CMU Professor, World Economic Forum Global Steward, a member of the Global Future Council on the Future of AI and Robotics, and the IEEE Global Initiative for the Ethical Considerations in the Design of Autonomous Systems: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~illah/
Haydn Murray (1924–2015) - American clay mineralogist, foremost expert in the world on applied clay mineralogy. He was the recipient of the Hardinge Award in Industrial Minerals from the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME; 1976); Marilyn and Sturges W. Bailey Distinguished Member Award from the Clay Minerals Society (1980), which also selected him as its Pioneer in Clay Science Lecturer (2009); and University of Illinois Department of Geology Alumni Achievement Award (2004). In addition to his election to the NAE, he was recognized as a distinguished member of the Society for Mining, and Exploration (SME; 1975) and honorary member of the AIME (2014). He served as president of the Clay Minerals Society (1965–1966), SME (1988), American Institute of Professional Geologists (1991), and Association Internationale pour l’Étude des Argiles (1993–1997). He received an honorary doctor of science degree from the University of Buenos Aires (2000). He is listed on List of members of the National Academy of Engineering (Earth resources). ; ; ; ; 
Diana C. Roman - American geophysicist and volcanologist. Roman is currently H.O. Wood Chair of Seismology in the Earth and Planets Laboratory at the Carnegie Institution for Science. She is a 2008 recipient of the Walker Medal from the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of Earth's Interior (IAVCEI). She has published over 65 articles in peer-reviewed journals including Nature and Science.
Donald U. Wise - structural geologist and planetary geologist; Professor Emeritus of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Career Contribution Award from the Geological Society of America in 2001. 
Chuanlun Zhang – An American-trained Chinese Biogeochemist and Geomicrobiologist who had worked at many research facilities in both the United States (NASA, ORNL, UGA, Texas A&M) and China (Southern University of Science and Technology) and is an expert in Archaea. He has authored or co-authored nearly 300 high-impact papers. ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
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.
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
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.
Sandro Percario - [Graduated in Biological Sciences - Medical Modality by Escola Paulista de Medicina (1989), masters in Morphology from the Federal University of São 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 São 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 São 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.]
Dr. MONA SPIEGEL-ADOLF Temple University Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, published 31 papers between 1926 and 1962 on biochemistry and biomedical chemistry. e.g Spiegel-Adolf, M.D. M: Cerebrospinal Fluids in Neurolues. A Physicochemical Study. Stereotact Funct Neurosurg 1939;2:1-14. doi: 10.1159/000106231
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. 
John Warltire - 1725-1810 Lecturer in Natural Philosophy. Member of Lunar Society. Author of numerous books on Natural and Experimental philosophy. Subject of Painting - "Experiment on a bird in the air pump". Colleague of Erasmus Darwin and Benjamin Franklin.
Floris Wuyts (PhD Physiology And Biophysics, Neuroscience Floris Wuyts is a well-respected authority on the effects that space has on the brain, He and his team conducted MRI-Scans on Astronauts to quantify changes in the brain. Floris is attributed for accurately quantifying changes in the brain's volume for the first time.) (, )
Malcolm Gavin CBE MBE former principal of Chelsea College of Science and Technology, who was instrumental in getting the college into the University of London, and would go onto become chair of the Royal Dental Hospital School of Surgery. Previously he had worked during the war on Radar, where he was acknowledge with an MBE. He has an entry in who's who  which I don't have access to, but not much else I can find.