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Research Guides

Biology & Biochemistry

Use this guide to find background and scholarly research resources for projects and papers in Biology and Biochemistry.

Role of Twitter in Science Communication

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Referencing the work of Emily S. Darling, David Shiffman, Isabelle M. Cote, and Joshua A. Drew


Infographic Resources for Hamline Students

33 Ways to Visualize IdeasChoose among different charts, diagrams, and visual techniques to visualize your ideas. If you can see it, you can do it.

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from: Funders & Founders website

Infographics can help engage your audience and can help you better communicate scientific findings and concepts.

Nature Publishing discussion of: The Power of using Infographics to Communicate Science

Citizen Science

The Cycle of Information

How do scientific findings get communicated and disseminated?

Here is a traditional view of the scientific communication and publishing cycle:

video courtesy of Hartness Library 

The following slides discuss how scientists share information and findings.

Of particular importance is the peer review process:

Slides courtesy of Univ. of Calif. Irvine Libraries Dept. of Education and Outreach
(please note: the quiz on page 13 is not set up for Hamline students)

Book resources: Communicating with peers and with the public