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Peter Faletra is a biologist who received his Ph.D from Boston University. His research concerned stem cell kinetics in aged verses young and middle aged mammals. He has published articles in stem cell physiology, malaria, and plant tissue culture of endangered species. He worked as an educator for fifteen years. He was the Director of Workforce Development for scientists and teachers at the Office of Science at the Department of Energy (DOE) for about 5 years, and a senior technical advisor also at the Department of Energy. While at the DOE, he led the creation of a research journal, publishing the research of students and scientists at the National Laboratories. The journal annually publishes about 20 full-length articles and about 200 abstracts in all branches of the natural sciences and engineering. He is currently the owner of an Energy Efficiency company in New Hampshire.