Unformatted text preview: could be used in a court of law!! 5. For each laboratory exercise: a. Put a title on the top of the first page ( do before lab ) b. Clearly state the objective of the lab exercise ( do before lab ) c. State your hypotheses ( do before lab ) d. Take accurate notes to what you ACTUALLY did for each step. (This will help in your lab write-ups!) e. Include the results of the experiment(s), as appropriate. f. Write a brief summary of your findings and what you think they mean 6. Remember to keep it neat so that you and your TA can read it. Note : This may seem like a waste of time to some of you. However, it is never too late to learn and practice the proper ways to document scientific work. You will need to do this if you are a lab technician, Ph.D., or a physician....
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- Spring '08
- cell biology, TA, Grammatical number, lab technician, Composition book, spiral bound notebook