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Good luck, and looking forward to seeing you again in my stem cell lecture on 27 October!
 
Good luck, and looking forward to seeing you again in my stem cell lecture on 27 October!
 
==Group Project==
 
 
Group Projects (20% of your final mark). It is now week 8 and the project is due for peer assessment during the week before the next Practical class.
 
 
There is still an ongoing problem with students uploading content (images and, figures and tables) without appropriate:
 
# File naming.
 
# Image descriptions.
 
# Citation formatting.
 
# Copyright information.
 
# Student template <nowiki>{{2011 Student Image}}</nowiki>
 
 
I will be deleting all uploaded files that do not conform to the criteria that I have indicated to be included with files. While this is a small problem, those students who have '''not attempted at all''' to contribute any files, will be taken into consideration when finalising individual student assessments.
 
 
  
  

Revision as of 10:39, 23 September 2014

ANAT2341 Lab 8: Introduction | Sex Determination | Early Embryo | Late Embryo | Fetal | Postnatal | Abnormalities | Online Assessment | Genital Quiz

Individual Assessment

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Individual Assessment Lab 12

Please note this is for the final course lab, not this eek.


As part of the assessment for this course, you will give a 10 minutes journal club presentation in lab 12 (28 October 11-1). For this you will have to prepare a powerpoint show as a group to discuss a recent (published after 2010) original research article (not a review!) on stem cell biology or technology. There are lots of interesting articles out there. Please find them on PubMed. Articles published in Nature, Science, Cell or PNAS are usually spectacular pieces of research!

Each group sends PDFs of 2-3 selected articles to me (Annemiek) by 5 pm on Monday 20 October. I will select which of the chosen articles you will present, and inform you asap, and by Friday 24 October latest.

Please note that we will have 8 groups presenting. This means your presentations have to be very concise, and that we will have to stop you if you go over time. As a guideline, each one slide takes about 1 minute to talk through. So do not use more than 10-12 slides total. It works best if one student presents introduction, a second student the results, and a third the discussion. Please read through attached document for tips for presentations.

You will receive a group mark based on presentation content, insight and comprehension, and presentation and slide style. We will penalise for going over time.

Good luck, and looking forward to seeing you again in my stem cell lecture on 27 October!




ANAT2341 Lab 8: Introduction | Sex Determination | Early Embryo | Late Embryo | Fetal | Postnatal | Abnormalities | Online Assessment | Genital Quiz