Project #97045 - Public Awareness

Public Awareness: Development of real world facts about Energy and Sustainability issues to increase public awareness and understanding of issues.


Research Project Report

Your research report should tell a story! It is important that your final report is well structured and the writing flows. Each student will hand in his/her own research report consisting of the following parts:


1.   Format:

·       At least 15 pages (single spaced) in length, not including Title page and References

·       Minimum of 15 References

·       12 point Times New Roman

·       Text should be single spaced on 8 1/2" x 11" paper with 1 inch margins

·       Number pages consecutively

·       Research report should look professional (neatly bound or nice protective folder)


2.   Title Page

Title of Research, Date Completed, Researcher’s name, address and email address


3.   Abstract

An abstract is a concise single paragraph summary of the completed work, “Brief overview of what you are doing”. In a minute or less a reader can learn the rationale behind the study, the general approach to the problem, pertinent results, and important conclusion.


4.   Introduction

An introduction will provide background information to the reader, and review relevant literature. An excellent source for literature is “Google scholar” and “”. Special attention should be given to the opening line of your report. It has to entice the reader and convey the importance of your experiments or investigation. The introduction should also give an overview of what you plan to do in your research project. This introduction will be handed in as part of your draft report.


5.   Methodology

The methodology should be simple and concise. It is a brief description of experimental procedures which would allow an independent researcher to reproduce your experiment or study. The proposed methodology will be handed in as part of your draft report.


6.   Results

Your results should tell a story! Figures should be meaningful and help you to tell the story of your results. All figures, tables and graphics should be clearly labeled in the document and be accompanied by a figure caption giving a brief description of the figure.


7.   Summary and Conclusions

Summarize your experimental procedures and results obtained. Draw relevant conclusions and briefly discuss possible future work.


8.   References

Note: A good reference for writing Research Papers:




Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/04/2015 12:00 am
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