INCO 490, Spring Semester
The Research Process in the Biological Sciences
(Building Better Biologists through Research)
The Research Process in the Biological Sciences (INCO501H) is a highly practical class. You will learn how to do a proper literature search using the rich variety of tools available in the UNH Library system. This literature search is in preparation for writing a research proposal, the main goal of the class. In addition, we will help you identify potential professors who will serve as your research advisors. Overall, we hope that this proposal will serve as a good template for you to apply for research funding from the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research (UROP and IROP).
Books on Reserve at the BioSci Library, Kendall Hall
Carey, Stephen S. 1998. A Beginner’s Guide to Scientific Method. 2nd edition. Wadsworth Publishing Company. 152 p. [4th ed. is on order]
Day, Robert A. 2011. How To Write & Publish a Scientific Paper. 7th edition. Greenwood Publishing Group. 302 p. (6th ed., 2006, also on reserve)
Friedland, Andrew J. and Carol L. Folt. 2000. Writing Successful Science Proposals. Yale University Press. 171 p.
Knisely, Karin. 2009. A Student Handbook For Writing in Biology. 3rd edition. Sinauer Associates, Inc. 296 p.
Pechenik, Jan A. 2004. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology. 5th edition. Longman Publishing Group. 302 p.
Wilson, E. Bright. 1990. An Introduction to Scientific Research. Revised edition. Dover Publications. 376 p.
Engineering & Physical Sciences Librarian