List of scientists from North America
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This is a list of scientists from North America
- Pages appear in Category:Canadian scientists
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- Luis Abinader, president; economist
- Fernando Mazariegos, was the creator of the drinking water filter called "Ecofilter"
- Haroldo Rodas, was minister of foreign affairs; economist
- Ricardo Bressani, one of the 42 founding members of the Third World Academy of Sciences, later known as The World Academy of Sciences; Biochemistry, Nutrition; died in 2015
- Norman Girvan, was Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States; economist
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- Guillermo Soberón Acevedo, was a Secretary of Health (Mexico); chemist, physician
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- Thomas Edison - he and his workers made "the first practical incandescent light bulb";  died in 1931
- Nikola Tesla, Serbian-American, best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system; electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, d. 1943
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