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Final Exam Information 1. Due Tuesday June 6 by 3:30pm – Bainer 3106 Final Essays can be turned in at anytime till June 6 th . Only hard copies will be accepted. 2. Essay Details 4-6 pages 1.5 spacing single sided pages references (3 or more at least one none website source) note: Journal articles that you find on the web should be referenced as the Journal article. Key concept = Ethics and Public Responsibility Discuss a contemporary social issue and the role of chemical and/or biochemical engineers
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The objective of the final assignment is for you to 1) Learn about a contemporary issue and present the issue in a well rounded manner including some references. 2) Describe the role of chemical engineers in this issue to help see our impact on society. 3) Express where you personally stand on the issue and why. The best topic is one that is controversial, that you are interested in, and that you know something about.
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Possible subject might be one of the following 1. Bioengineering of food, plants, animals 2. Nanotechnology 3. Alternative Energy 4. Hydrogen as a fuel 5. pollution/EPA regulations 6. Stem cell research 7. SUVs and gas consumption 8. Drilling for oil in Alaska 9. News item or other situation that particularly interests you. The best topic is one that is controversial, that you are interested in, and that you know something about.
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1. Before you write a scientific paper, read some . In fact, read many! Follow their example. Scientific writing has its own "style.“ 2. Follow a logical order . Technical papers generally have an Introduction (with references to previous related work), a Data section (if appropriate), an Analysis section (where techniques used to derive results are described), and a Results section (where the author explains - surprise - the results of the study). Most papers end with a Summary or Conclusions section.
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