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Please bring 14 copies of this student review form --> with you to lab class on the day you present your posters.

your scientific poster is a visual representation of your data.
Keep it organized, easy to read, and logical.

This semester, you have the opportunity to earn 75 points toward your final grade by designing, implementing, analyzing and presenting an independent research project. You will follow the general principles of scientific discovery.

https://www.engineering.cornell.edu/students/graduate-students/scientific-poster-design

https://urc.ucdavis.edu/sites/g/files/dgvnsk3561/files/local_resources/documents/pdf_documents/How_To_Make_an_Effective_Poster2.pdf

https://www.animateyour.science/post/how-to-design-an-award-winning-conference-poster

 Please remember this is
NOT 
‚Äč    a sixth grade science fair project.

                  firm due dates:

submit draft proposal: 8/29     5pts
submit formal proposal: 9/19   5pts
submit update: 10/10                 5pts
submit poster: 11/28                 60pts
                                                       75pts 

What to include?
title, author and affiliations, introduction/abstract, methods, results, conclusions,
references and contact information

your scientific research poster does NOT need to be
professionally generated...
simple poster paper is sufficient