Written Reports and Oral Presentations

After you have completed your experiment, you may want to report your results. Scientists publish reports in scientific journals. Every month, hundreds of scientific reports are published. Many scientists spend a lot of time reading these reports. The information they learn helps them to keep up with new findings. This helps them as they work on their own experiments. It also helps them make sure their own results are correct. The more times experiments are repeated, the more solidly the hypothesis is proven.

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