本次澳洲代写是Cell Biology and Genetics包课相关的一个Assignment

Being a “scientist” involves many skills. Apart from designing and performing experiments and analysing results, it also involves writing and publishing the findings of those experiments. Publication of findings and peer review is an important facet of the scientific process, which consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses. In this assessment, you’ll have the opportunity to present a publication of your choosing as a science poster.

Your workshop classes will help you prepare for this assessment task. Workshop 1 will outline what is required for the assessment and help you select your research article. The Library Clinic will guide you through the UTS Library resources. You will present a draft of your poster to your peers in Workshop 2 and be given feedback. In Workshop 3, you will present your Scientific Poster.

To do:

• Compile a list of research articles

• Select your favourite research article (must be published in the past 5 years)

• Design a science poster of this research article

• Present a draft version of your poster and receive feedback

• Present your final version of the poster for 3 min in class

• Submit a list of articles that helped you understand your chosen article (bibliography), your poster on to Canvas

Part 1: Selection of your research article

You can choose any topic that related to cell biology to begin your research. Start by checking out some of the journals below (Table 1). All of the journals listed below are available as e-journals from the UTS Library website. Your teaching associate will help you define your ‘key search terms’.

Compile a list of research articles that published in the past 5 years.

Table 1: Recommended journal list and their corresponding ISBN/ISSN

Once you have done some initial searching and reading, select ONE of the research papers as the basis for preparing your scientific poster. The poster you design must succinctly explain the work described in the paper. You can use the figures and data from the paper on your poster and you must include the original authors name, their affiliations and the original title of the paper on your Poster. Essentially you could view yourself as having been delegated the task of preparing a Poster for this group of scientists. The task is to prepare a Poster based on the work they have published in the paper you have chosen.

Your name, student number, practical class time, day, and lab number should appear somewhere towards the bottom or on a separate sheet – acknowledging you are the person responsible for designing the Poster.

You will present your Poster in class to your fellow students. The papers you read in order to prepare the Poster will form the basis of your reading list to be submitted with the poster. Please note: although the Poster must be based on a paper published in the last 5 years from the list of journals, you are expected to read as widely as possible from journal articles sourced from any journal or date, in order to understand the topic you are presenting. You will find that review articles (articles that summarise the current state of understanding of a topic but do not present any new information) on your given topic will assist you in getting background information. Also refer to the papers referenced in the article that you have chosen, as these will also provide valuable background information. All relevant papers you read can therefore be included in your reading list.

Cell Biology and Genetics 91161 Assessment 2

Part 2: Designing your Scientific Poster

You will be presenting a Science Poster. You can use a number of software packages that are suitable for putting the Poster together (e.g. PowerPoint, Canva, Publisher, etc).

What content to include on your Poster

• Title of the paper

• Authors of the paper and their affiliations

• Introduction – give enough information that the audience can understand the content in the poster

• Aim(s) – clearly state the aim(s) of the research

• Methods – very briefly summarise the methods used in this paper

• Results – summarise the main finding of the paper (use figures or diagrams where possible)

• Conclusions and future directions (1-3 sentences long)

• References (APA style) – you can have in-text references and include this on your poster OR you can submit a page of references you referred to help you understand the manuscripts content.

Please note: Any text appearing on the poster should be paraphrased into your own words and not copied directly from the original paper (except the title of the paper, author names, and affiliations). However, feel free to change the title of the paper on your poster if you think you have a better one!

Please refer to the subject outline: Statement of Plagiarism

Referencing

Remember, you must suitably acknowledge any source of material and images that you may use. Be very careful not to plagiarize material. If you are not sure, refer to plagiarism at UTS.

References should be formatted to APA referencing style.

Useful tips and things to keep in mind when preparing a poster

Posters are used as a means of presenting information in a brief, rapid and visual way. They can be used as a way of getting feedback about preliminary data and ideas. They are commonly used as a means of presentation at scientific conferences.

The poster needs to be attention grabbing and aesthetically pleasing to attract viewers.

• Brevity – keep words to a minimum, use point form, flow diagrams and use imagery and graphics in place of lots of text.

• Coherence – it must communicate the aims, methods, results and conclusions clearly and concisely. It should be able to do this and present the information in a stand-alone manner without the need for further explanation.

• Simplicity – tell a story or elaborate an idea in the simplest way. You only have a few moments to get the message across and grab the viewer’s.

• Evidence – provide suitable reference material to support your claims.

Part 3: Presenting your Scientific Poster

Each student will present their poster. You will need to give a 3-minute (± 30 sec) talk explaining your poster and communicating the main findings of the work from the paper you are presenting. You should include an explanation as to why you chose this particular research paper for your poster. You will need to anticipate any questions that fellow students and demonstrators may have.

In order to present effectively you need to have a clear grasp of the essential concepts and methods used by the authors of the research paper. This therefore implies that you have understood their work enough to be able to explain its main findings. In order to do this you will need to read some of the reference papers that are included in the paper itself, and other papers the authors or others may have previously published on the same topic. Review papers are also a useful and fast way of getting some background information on a research topic.

You will need to submit a copy of the paper (.pdf) you have used in preparation of the poster to CANVAS, along with a list of references on a separate document, include related papers you consulted and read whilst researching your chosen topic [minimum of 5 other papers should be sourced (these additional papers are NOT date restricted).


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