Web awards shortlist - Best Q&A site
Here are the 5 sites shortlisted for the physics.org web awards in the Best Q&A site category. To vote for your favourites, click the links and give each site a star rating using the tool bar. Please note: the order in which the sites are displayed below is not representative of their current ranking.
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A community site from New Scientist where users can ask the questions that have been puzzling them and debate the answers.
A busy forum covering every physics topic under the sun. Great for everything from homework questions to discussing the origins of the universe.
3. Ask the Van
The Physics Van is a project from the University of Illinois. Their site has a fantastic question and answer archive covering all aspects of physics at a simple level, with new answers added every few days.
Got a pressing question about astronomy? With over 10 years worth of answered questions in their archive and a panel of astronomers on hand, the answer you're after can't be far away.
Scientists respond to questions posed by students and general public. Use the search function to find whatever you're after.
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