Fred Williams has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Missouri S & T. He currently works as a senior firmware engineer for Micron Technology, where he has led the NAND modeling and error mitigation teams. He was the software architect for numerous high-profile projects, including IBM's Sysplex Timer and McDATA's ESCON Repeater. He was the firmware manager and lead engineer for Trimble's Telematics division that developed Caterpillar's first high-precision GPS device for heavy-highway vehicles. He also helped CaridianBCT develop the first adult stem cell chamber. He is currently the host of the popular Real Science Radio program that airs on AM 670 KLTT in Denver (rsr.org). He long served as the webmaster for the Creation Research Society, the oldest creation organization in the United States.