Topics in the Context of Research: In The Lab

The Scientific Method

The video provided by Professor Dan Siegel of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses the topic of The Scientific Method.

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Mentor/Mentee Relationships

The interview of Janet Branchaw of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses the topic of Relating with Your Research Mentor (Interviewed by Professor Wendy Crone).

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  • A brief commentary by Irving P. Herman entitled Following the Law, about the "symbiotic...not symmetric" relationship between advisers and graduate students.

Lab Safety

The link provided by Michelle Blanchard of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses the topic of General Lab Safety.

The video provided by John Wendt of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses Chemical Safety in the Lab.

The video provided by Terry Lawrin of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses Biosafety in the Lab.

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Research Documentation

The video provided by Cheryl Scadlock of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation addresses the topic of keeping a good laboratory notebook. Slides to accompany the presentation can be downloaded here: Downloade Slides

The video provided by Professor Carl Sovinec of the University of Wisconsin - Madison addresses the topic of documenting computational research.

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Intellectual Property

The video provided by Michael Falk of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation addresses the topic of Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyright, and Trademarks. Slides to accompany the presentation can be downloaded here.

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Diverse Research Teams

The video provided by Professors Doug Henderson and Mike Corradini of the University of Wisconsin-Madison addresses the topic of Working in a Diverse Research Team.

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