C. Michael Hogan Ph.D.
C. Michael Hogan is a physicist with a BS from Princeton and Ph.D. from Stanford University. He has conducted environmental research in 68 different countries. Work at Princeton included publishing the first decoding of a Messenger RNA (Sea urchin). He founded and led Earth Metrics Inc., a United States-based environmental science think tank that conducted over 3,600 original research studies for the US EPA, FAA, US Army Corps of Engineers, USGS, and 17 different State governmental agencies. With the CIA, he led teams for the design of satellite foreign surveillance. At the National Academy of Sciences he advised the President and Congress on environmental issues. In Hogan’s early work, he led the design team for the NASA Apollo re-entry heat shield and later focused on ferromagnetic spin-wave quantum mechanics.