Planning and Managing Scientific Research
by Brian Kennett
Publisher: ANU Press 2014
Number of pages: 103
This work is based on extensive scientific research and management experiences and is designed to provide an introduction to planning and managing scientific research for the beginning researcher. The aim is to build an understanding of the nature of scientific research, and the way in which research projects can be developed, planned and managed to a successful outcome.
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