I'm currently doing an EPQ on nanoparticles and their application to cancer treatment and since it's based heavily on scientific research I really don't know how I can make my essay evaluative without regurgitating facts. Any help would be sick thanks !
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- 25-08-2016 19:13
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- 27-08-2016 20:50
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- 27-08-2016 20:56
Hey I did whether drinking milk was effective at preventing osteoporosis so quite scientific fact based too. For my discussion I looked up possible mechanisms ( why they could have found these results eg due to acidity causing calcium to be leached out bones) I then used these to help me talk about which piece of research I felt was correct so maybe evaluate research and say which you personally agree with and mechanisms behind the research
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