They maintain and recycle the atomic ingredients of which proteins, the essence of life, are made, including oxygen, nitrogen and carbon.
He forces Hammond into bringing Grant, Sattler, and Malcolm in to evaluate the park.
Muldoon's primary task is to keep the dinosaurs from eating people or each other.
Irritated that Hammond refuses give him more firepower to handle large species like the tyrannosaurus, Muldoon is more concerned about the raptors, which are totally unmanageable. John Arnold - The head engineer at Jurassic Park, who previously worked with missiles and at amusement parks.
Hammond spends a decade furiously scrambling to clone dinosaurs, partly out of a sincere love of dinosaurs, but also because he is hell-bent on turning his idea into a huge profit. Ian Malcolm - A mathematician who specializes in the emerging field of chaos theory.
Hammond's greed often seems to supercede his judgment: the worse things get in Jurassic Park, the angrier he gets at those who want to shut the park down. Malcolm is part of a new breed of mathematician, with a vibrant personality and a wardrobe that seems to consist only of black.