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UCSB ScienceLine Answers Your Questions

If students or staff have a science or engineering question and need help from a scientist, UCSB has a new ScienceLine. There are more than 5,000 questions and more than 9,000 answers in UCSB’s database.

ScienceLine is an Internet based “Ask a Scientist” service for students and teachers to submit science questions. Examples of questions in that database: “If you sent a marshmallow into space without a spacesuit, would it explode or implode?” or “Why are the planets round?” or “Why is gold soft?” Examples of questions and answers are posted in their database archive: www.scienceline.ucsb.edu