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Infographic: How to Read a Scientific Paper
authors: Natalia Rodriguezsummary/abstract:
Much of a scientist’s work involves reading research papers, whether it’s to stay up to date in their field, advance their scientific understanding, review manuscripts, or gather information for a project proposal or grant application. Because scientific articles are different from other texts, like novels or newspaper stories, they should be read differently.read more
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