For the last few months, we’ve been hard at work developing a new custom community feature for the ZME Science website  – an online questions and answers platform where our readers may ask and answer questions from the world of science, be it physics, chemistry, biology, space, mathematics and so on.

The whole platform has been developed with the community in mind, so you can vote and thus choose which questions are interesting enough to make it to the front page. Also you can comment on questions, debate and spark conversations with other users interested on solving the same science related question. More than a forum, the platform aims to offer value by serving multiple purposes at once: 1st person answers to your innermost scientific curiosities, education through proactive transmission of knowledge, bonding with other users.

Please check out the ZME Science Q&A, maybe give it a spin and tell us what you think. This is still the BETA version, so naturally any kind of feedback is greatly appreciated.  Remember, this is a website that’s built by the community for the community, so let’s make it grow.

The ZME Science Q&A also has a feature where experts in their fields have their answers highlighted for increased credibility, thus offering more value. If you’re an expert in your field and wish to contribute to our community, contact us at andrei [at] zmescience [dot] com with some brief credentials and your ZME Science Q&A username, and we’ll take care of the rest.