Who's who?

The Prediction project was founded at Harvard by Prof. Alyssa Goodman, who now serves as its "host" and lead organizer.  Critically, though, the project presents the expertise of dozens of experts--from Harvard and beyond-- on a wide range of topics.  

Here's a quick alphabetical list (updated periodically!) of the experts whose work and thoughts are featured in PredictionX--

  1. Davíd Carrasco (Harvard Divinity School)
  2. George Church (Harvard Medical School)
  3. Dylan Clark (Archaeology, University of North Carolina)
  4. Immaculata De Vivo (Harvard Medical School & Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)
  5. Emma Dench (Harvard HIstory)
  6. Peter Der Manuelian (Harvard Anthropology and Harvard Semitic Museum)
  7. Stuart Firestein (Columbia University)
  8. Rown Flad (Harvard Anthropology)
  9. Michael Foley (Harvard Astronomy)
  10. Colin Fredericks (HarvardX)
  11. Daniel Gilbert (Harvard Psychology)
  12. Owen Gingerich (Harvard Astronomy and HIstory of Science)
  13. Don Goldmann (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)
  14. Alyssa Goodman (Harvard Astronomy, Radcliffe Insitute for Advanced Study (host))
  15. Edward (Ned) Hall (Harvard Philosophy) 
  16. Emilie Hardman (while at Houghton Library, Harvard)
  17. Rebecca Henderson (Harvard Business School)
  18. John Huth (Harvard Physics)
  19. Dan Kammen (UC Berkeley)
  20. Peter Kraft (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)
  21. David Laibson (coming soon) 
  22. James Leonard (Independent Performance Artist)
  23. Avi Loeb (Harvard Astronomy)
  24. Gina McCarthy (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)
  25. Rory McEvoy (Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England)
  26. Brendan Meade (Harvard Earth and Planetary Science)
  27. Susan Murphy (Harvard Statistics) 
  28. Megan Murray (Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health)
  29. Laura Nasrallah (Harvard Divinity School)
  30. Jacob Olupuna (Harvard Divinitiy School)
  31. John Overholt (Hougton LIbrary, Harvard)
  32. Agustín Rayo (MIT Philosophy)
  33. Martin Rees (University of Cambridge)
  34. Simon Schaffer (Unviersity of Cambridge)
  35. Sara Schechner (Harvard University Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments)
  36. Ben Shneiderman (University of Maryland)
  37. Dava Sobel (Independent Science Writer)
  38. Rosalind Stanwell-Smith (John Snow Society, London)
  39. Piotr Steinkeller (Harvard Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations)
  40. Jill Tarter (SETI Institute)
  41. Curtis Wong (Microsoft Research, Retired)

With special thanks to: Jais Brohinsky (Harvard, UWisconsin), Howard Cutler (WGBH, retired), Iriving Finkel (British Museum), Eric Floehr (Forecast Watch), Jill Lepore (Harvard History), Drew Lichtenstein (HarvardX), and Elaheh Kheirandish (Harvard) for their additional contributions to the intellectual content of PreditionX, through off-camera conversations and research.