- How Independent Are IRBs? Macklin, Ruth // IRB: Ethics & Human Research;May/Jun2008, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p15
The article focuses on the established guidelines in defining the concept of an independent body to review the created research protocol. According to the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS), the review committee must be separate from the research team and any...
- Mentors of tomorrow. // Nature;6/14/2007, Vol. 447 Issue 7146, p754
The article presents the author's perspective pertaining a good research value. With this, the author suggests that to summarize the paper and highlight its strengths and essential significance shows a proper sense of engagement and helps both author and editor to benefit from a fresh...
- REAP REWARDS: MAXIMIZING BENEFITS FROM REVIEWER COMMENTS. AGARWAL, RAJSHREE; ECHAMBADI, RAJ; FRANCO, APRIL M.; SARKAR, MB // Academy of Management Journal;Apr2006, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p191
The authors detail how they handled a request to revise and resubmit an academic paper they had submitted for publication. The first order of business was to understand the reviewers' criticisms and allow for open expression among themselves of any emotional responses. Next they organized...
- Writing Our Way into a Discourse Community. Belanger, Kelly; Brockman, Elizabeth Black // Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication;Mar1994, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p55
Discusses the experience of the authors in collaborative writing. Reason for researching together; Friendship as the factor for continued working together; Impact of the changes that came with long-distance relationship; Benefit of collaboration; Comparison of the collaborative research...
- Self-directed R&D teams: What makes them effective? Taylor, Glenn L.; Snyder, Louis J. // Research Technology Management;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p19
Presents the results of a survey conducted by the Industrial Research Institute on experiences of member companies with the use of teams in research and development. When is a team self-directed; Popularity of teams; Activities engaged on by teams; Effectiveness of teams.
- Enhancing research training for counseling students: Interuniversity collaborative research teams. O'Brien, Karen M. // Counselor Education & Supervision;Mar1995, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p187
Presents the development of an interuniversity research team that addressed factors related to research productivity. Evaluation of innovative methods of enhancing research training; Faculty involvement in research and mentoring; Recommendations for research and education.
- SMC research group debuts. Pryweller, Joseph // Plastics News;1/25/1999, Vol. 10 Issue 50, p35
Focuses on Automotive Composites Alliance's launch of the research group SMC Research Consortium aimed at driving the growth of automotive parts made from sheet molding compound. Three major components of the group; Need to gain commitment from automakers.
- Accused researchers exonerated but not forgotten. // Public Health Reports;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p479
Offers a look at the situation of exonerated researchers accused of scientific misconduct. Statements of Lawrence Rhoades, director of the Division of Policy and Education in the Office of Research Integrity of the Public Health Service; Overall impact of the allegation on respondents' careers.
- Metropolis. // UNESCO Courier;Mar97, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p37
Discusses the Metropolis, an international research project. Two objectives of the project; Involvement of other organizations in the project; Features of the project.