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HHMI: Ask a Scientist

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Discover answers to the top ten questions in several areas of science such as human biology, evolution, genetics, and health and disease. Users can also submit their own inquiries. There are also links to help with homework, give ideas for science fair projects, inform about careers in science, and help students understand health issues.

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