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Science and Technology for Nonmajors
This is YOUR Guide for...
A science topic seemed the best/most interesting on a professor's topic list.
Your professor asked you to reseach the history/impact of a particular technology.
An argument or explanation paper/speech topic has a science or medical side.
An public policy paper/speech topic involves science or technology.
A business topic involves science or technology.
A local issue touches on science, technology, or health issues.
This is Probably NOT Your Guide If...
- Your science professor has asked you to find a research article or article in "the literature."
- You have been salting, surgaring, or dehydrating eggs for Anatomy and Physiology.
- You have had introductory biology for majors or AP Biology in high school and done well and really want to learn more. This is also true of those in other sciences.
- You have a BURNING interest in a personal, family member's, or pet's health problem, or a technical issue effecting your household or community.
Fortunately, there is Science Research in Depth for help exploring sophisticated, science topics.