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The Science Teacher
November, 2018
Evolutionary Medicine in the Classroom: Using Health to Teach Evolution -
Ask A Biologist one of several great listed resources.

Chain Reaction Magazine
October, 2011
Build a Better Monster

National Science Foundation (Discoveries)
August, 2011
Student Questions Answered by Biologists through PlantingScience and Ask A Biologist

Science
November, 2010
Got a Question? "Ask A Biologist"

PLOS Biology
October, 2010
Ask A Biologist: Bringing Science to the Public

Raising Arizona Kids
APRIL, 2009
Dr. Biology to the Rescue (PDF)

MacWorld
October, 2007
iPod Study Buddy -
Ask A Biologist one of five great courses.

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2018 - 15 million and growing

2017 - Quick stats and fun facts


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The State Press
April, 2018
ASU's Ask A Biologist has answered science questions for more than 20 years

KJZZ
April, 2018
ASU's Ask A Biologist celebrates 21 years of answered questions

ASU NOW
April, 2018
Answering the call of the curious

The Arizona Experience
May, 2012
Featured Exhibit

LiveScience
November, 2011
Microscopic Monsters: Gallery of Ugly Bugs

MSNBC
November, 2011
What's the World's Ugliest Bug?

FoxNews
November, 2011
What's the World's Ugliest Bug? Contest Aims to Find Out

Arizona Reporter
October, 2011
Quacktopus Haunting Phoneix Area

Newswise
October, 2011
Ugly Bugs Compete in 'Wild West' Showdown

American Society of Plant Biologists
September, 2011
Ask a Biologist asks about medicines from nature

AAAS
November, 2010
Ask A Biologist' website wins prestigious SPORE prize by Science

The Scientist Magazine
November, 2010
Which Bug is the Ugliest?

e! Science News
October, 2010
Questions fuel 'Ask A Biologist' website success
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Arizona Republic
May 21, 2008
Contest winners are full of questions

East Valley Tribune
December 5, 2004
Website offers state biology lore - Ask a Biologist serves students from all grades

ASU Insight
September 22, 2000
Wonder why the world is as it is? Ask a Biologist

A white and black seagull with an orange and red beak
What do the different calls of gulls mean?

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