Each student is to write a research paper on a topic: Diabetes and glucose metabolism in endocrinology field. The paper should be between 6-8 pages, typed, double-spaced, and in CSE format. Anything over 8 pages will not be graded! At least 10 sources must be cited within the paper, half of which must be from the primary literature, and no more than 1-2 from the World Wide Web. This does not include journal articles obtained from online databases. If you do use the web to obtain information, you must be sure that it is a reputable source, such as a governmental site like the NIH or the CDC. Although you may wish to use a site such as Wikipedia to help you understand a particular topic, this is not an acceptable reference for your research paper. The topics and references must be submitted electronically, but students should submit both a hard copy and an electronic copy of the final paper. Please note that any evidence of plagiarism will result in a 0 for this assignment. If you are unsure what is considered plagiarism, please ask. In addition, take note that scientific writing rarely includes direct quotations. Excessive use of quotations will cost major points. A rubric and other resources to aid in writing your paper will be posted on D2L.
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