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GSTW Ask a Scientist or Engineer gives you an opportunity to learn more about science, mathematics, engineering and technology, and understand how they can lead to new discoveries and solutions to shared global problems.

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Do you have a question about a science- or engineering-related topic? The National Science Foundation invites you to "Ask a Scientist or Engineer" during Global Science & Technology Week. Your questions can relate to anything in the areas of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology research and education. You'll receive answers by leading scientists and engineers -- experts in their fields -- who are volunteering their time to answer questions for GSTW.

• Why do we have eyelashes?
• How do airplanes fly?
• Where do bugs go in the winter?
• How does a telephone work?

These are just a few of the thousands of questions children, parents, teachers, and others can ask of scientists and engineers on the National Science Foundation's website for Global Science & Technology Week, April 28-May 4, 2002.

Ask your questions at:  http://askvrd.org/askNSF/



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