Capping your science paper

It’s a happy day indeed when you get to write your results, discussion and conclusion. It means that your months, years, and/or decades of hard work is now complete — or at least complete enough for defense or publication.

Unimpressed celebration c/o GIPHY

It’s easy to get lost at this point but your hypothesis, research objectives and conceptual framework should function as guideposts in writing.

Apart from that, figure out the flow of your Results, Discussion and Conclusion with the SHE-ensya video below:

This caps off our research writing series!

What content do you want to see more of in SHE-ensya? Please let me, your resident Filipina scientist, know in the comments section below.

And remember, when in doubt, always use your (con)science!

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