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- Ask Dr. Universe
You can ask Dr. Universe almost anything. She'll go to Washington State University's team of researchers to find the answers.
- Did You Ever Wonder?
Answers 12 science-based questions a month by way of columnists in various fields of expertise.
- Mad Scientist Network
Provides answers to science questions, edible and inedible experiments, a tour of the Visible Human Project, and an index of resources and web links.
Archive of science questions. Covers topics such as paleontology, biology, chemistry, mathematics, environmental studies, physics, and variety applied sciences.
- NEWTON BBS
A place for K-12 science, math, and computer teachers and their students to communicate. Includes the Ask A Scientist program that has fielded over 10,000 questions.
- Ask Dr. Fred
Scientist, researcher, and teacher Dr. Fred Bortz will answer questions about any scientific topic that interests you.
- Science Matters
A question and answer forum.