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AccessScience: Choosing a Research Topic

Information on using AccessScience from McGraw-Hill

Potential Research Topics Using AccessScience Resources

TOPIC: Antibiotic Resistance

TOPIC: Foodborne Illness

TOPIC: Organ Regeneration

TOPIC: Genetically Modified Organisms

TOPIC: CRIPSR

Tips for Choosing a Topic using AccessScience

  1. See what's new!  Check out the Editor's Picks or Popular This Week sections of the homepage, or use the New & Noteworthy link in the site footer to see a list of recently added and updated content.
  2. Browse Briefings for ideas.  These short, engaging reports cover new phenomena, events, or scientific discoveries and can be browsed by topic.
  3. Browse our Video collection. Spark your curiosity with videos explaining the scientific concepts behind everyday objects and phenomena. 
  4. Use the related links to explore further.  Links to related AccessScience articles appear throughout all content types, and a related content section in the right sidebar links to relevant briefings, media, biographies, and projects.
  5. Link to primary literature and external content. Get additional sources right from AccessScience!  Use the Primary Literature and Additional Readings sections at the end of Articles and Briefings to find relevant research papers, books, and organizational websites.