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Research Methods for the Biosciences

Handbook / Manual
By: Debbie Holmes(Author), Peter Moody(Author), Diana Dine(Author), Laurence Trueman(Author)
504 pages, 93 b/w illustrations, tables
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Research Methods for the Biosciences is the perfect resource for students wishing to develop the crucial skills needed for designing, carrying out, and reporting research, with examples throughout the text drawn from real undergraduate projects.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Debbie Holmes(Author), Peter Moody(Author), Diana Dine(Author), Laurence Trueman(Author)
504 pages, 93 b/w illustrations, tables
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Well-organised and easy to read, Research Methods for the Biosciences is a useful tool for undergraduates, not to mention those involved in teaching in this field. David Sotres, Good Clinical Practice Journal, August 2006

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