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Experimental Design (Quantative) - Online module (B)

The purpose of this session is to highlight various aspects of the experimental design that should be considered when designing your own experiments. The emphasis will be on biological and environmental sciences. The purpose of this session is not to look at statistical methods (these are important but will be covered elsewhere), but rather to look more generally at the some of the key considerations that can make the difference between publishable and non-publishable data.time confirmed.

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https://intra.brunel.ac.uk/chls/education/pgr/Pages/experimental%20design%20(quantitative).aspx

Aimed at

Compulsory for all first year PhD students (Life Sciences) and optional for any other PGR students who wish to participate

Presented by

Dr Edwin Routledge

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this session, learners will be informed about

  • aspects to consider when designing experiments
  • key considerations that make the difference between publishable and non-publishable data

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College of Health and Life Sciences