Writing Scientific Results and Conclusions

Dr. Douglas Lyles, Professor of Biochemistry, discusses how to write convincing scientific results and conclusions by applying the structure of the scientific method. Steps presented include: 1) state the purpose of the experiment; 2) briefly describe the way the experiment was done; 3) explain how data are presented in figures and what results you want the reader to notice; and 4) draw a first order conclusion.

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