According to Wikipedia,
Dr. Daniel W. Fox was a polymer chemist who is often regarded as the father of LEXAN. LEXAN is the flagship product of SABIC Innovative Plastics and is used in everything from CDs and DVDs to car bumpers. Though Dr. Fox is often credited with the invention of LEXAN resin, the patent and agreement to share the plastic between Bayer and General Electric is much more complicated than the simplistic "Father of LEXAN Polycarbonate" title bestowed upon Dr. Fox by many sources.
Daniel Fox is affiliated with the following schools: