Research Edge: The First 20 Years
AbstractCommunicating research is an important step in the research process. It can be a means of getting informed feedback on a research project in progress, a means of sharing results in the final stage of a research project, or a step in preparing a research study for publication. A public research presentation is also a way of reaching a wider audience than that reached when researchers engage in a topic which results in a scientific paper read by just a handful of cognoscenti.
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