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Many sites answer science questions. When visiting Ask-A services
please consider the following:
- Read the site's general information
to determine the intent of the service and
whether it provides an appropriate forum for your question.
- If an archive is available, please check it
before asking questions. You may find an answer and save the site
maintainers considerable time and effort.
- Some sites require an email address to
ask and/or receive an answer.
- Many sites select only a few questions to answer.
- Foreign Language: As far as we are aware most Ask-A-Scientist
services are English-based. Some sites will try to accomodate requests
foreign languages (Spanish, French and German are most likely to be
sucessful). We know of a few of services in
Canada that accept
queries in French.
General 'Ask-A-Scientist' Sites
Newton/ANL Ask-A-Scientist: Ask questions of scientists at Argonne National Labs
Great Canadian Scientists: Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Ask-A-Scientist: Scientists and Innovators in the Schools, Nova Scotia (accepts questions from Canadian students only).
Ask Dr. Universe: Washington State University. Fields questions in a variety of areas, science and non-science.
Sky Lights: An ad-free website that covers topics from astronomy, meteorology, and earth science.
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