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Title: Ask a Scientist!
Url: https://www.ccmr.cornell.edu/education/educational-resources/ask-a-sci...
Publisher: Cornell University
Description: The Internet offers many opportunities to find quality answers to a host of important questions, ranging from the fields of the humanities to those in the hard sciences. One important resource that offers answers to a number of thorny questions is the Ask a Scientist! website created and maintained by the Centers for Materials Research at Cornell University. The site had its debut on September 17, 1998, when Professor Neil Ashcroft answered the timely question, "What is Jupiter made of?". Visitors to the site can browse or search for previously answered questions, and of course, they are also welcome to submit their own questions for consideration. Visitors will definitely want to view the "Frequently Viewed Questions", which feature responses to such favorites queries as "How can you tell if a diamond is real or fake?" or "How is glass made?"
LC Classification: Science -- Science (General) -- Communication in science -- Information services
Science -- Science (General) -- Communication in science -- Information services -- General works
Science -- Science (General) -- Research -- Communication of information -- Information services
GEM Subject: Science
Science -- General science
Resource Type: Collection
Reference Material -- FAQ
Instructional Material -- Case Study
Format: Document -- HTML
Language: English
Rights: �© 2005 CCMR. Materials from the CCMR website may not be used without permisson.
Access Rights: Free access
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