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Author Friedland, Andrew J., 1959-

Title Writing successful science proposals / Andrew J. Friedland and Carol L. Folt

Publisher New Haven : Yale University Press, 2009
Edition 2nd ed
Description xvii, 201 p. : ill. ; 21 cm

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 UofL Main Collection  Q 180.55 P7 F75 2009    IN LIBRARY
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [195]-197) and index
Contents Getting started -- Authorship from start to finish -- Basic organization and effective communication -- Developing your conceptual framework and significance statement -- A title may be more important than you think -- The project summary guides the reader -- Objectives, hypotheses, and specific aims : an exhaustive list is exhausting -- Lay the foundation in the introduction -- Experimental design and methods : what will you actually do? -- Plan for expected and unexpected results -- The timeline is a reality check -- References in detail : how many and how recent? -- Preparing a budget -- Submitting and tracking your proposal -- The three R's : rethink, revise, and resubmit -- Consider private foundations for funding of innovative research -- Team science for tackling complex problems -- Ethics and research
Subject Proposal writing in research
Added Author Folt, Carol L., 1951-

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