Questions which get selected will be posted online along with the scientist’s answer. All questions will be moderated, but due to the volume of requests, unfortunately not all questions may be selected.
Ask the Scientist will be available until 1 July but the sooner you ask the question, the more likely you are to get an answer, so start thinking of some good questions!
The exhibits taking part in this feature include:
21st century traffic control: the invisible referee
Aurora explorer: Cluster’s mission to the magnetosphere
Bats and bugs: balancing conservation and public health
Carbon flatland: Graphene: unexpected science in a pencil line
Discovering particles: fundamental building blocks of the Universe
Hearing shapes: Can you hear the shape of a graph?
Keyhole surgery: Satnav for surgeons: accurately navigating the body’s arterial highways
Noisy world: Speaking and listening in a noisy world
Pesticide resistance: combating the superpests: the battle to save our food
Solar nanotech: Putting sunshine in the tank – using nanotechnology to make solar fuel
Trauma surgery: the science of the bleeding obvious!