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Pharmaceutical Research Rules That You Can’t (Academically) Live Without When it comes to pharmaceuticals, virtually nothing can be left to chance. Every single thing should be accurately measured, rechecked, and studied. After all, human lives are at stake should there be any issues. Even so, research that is sparked by curiosity still has to be done in order to advance the field. Just like any domain, practically everyone is allowed to contribute to the body of scientific knowledge that pharmaceuticals as an industry and academic field is built on. If you are one of those people who are interested in studying chemicals, their molecular compositions and reactions, and ultimately how they contribute to the betterment of the human condition, then there are some research rules that you need to follow. In this article, we discuss some of those. Be very sure of and clear with what you’re focusing on Truth be told, the pharmaceutical body of knowledge – or practically even science itself – is what it is today not because one or two people did everything on their own. It’s a result of years’ long efforts by multiple individuals with various fields of interest. They each built on the knowledge produced by the others, with some filling in the gaps that may have been overlooked or were not able to be researched at that time. The same is going to be true for you. You do research not to save the world single-handedly. You do research to clarify a point, which you can then combine with the points tackled by your colleagues to form a whole that makes sense for everyone. With this, it is very important for you to know your focus, and to really be clear with what your research questions are. Again, do not attempt to cover everything at once just to have a shot at greatness. Doing so will derail your whole research effort. Read the existing literature, and never forget to cite In the previous point, we mentioned about building on the knowledge of others. You can do this by reading widely before embarking on your research journey. You must be aware of what is already known because you don’t want to waste your time “rediscovering” something. Of course, when you have academic sources for your research briefs or reports, you must never forget to cite them. Just like yours, the work of your colleagues is protected by intellectual property laws. Any lawyer, even those that do not specialize in intellectual property rights such as those from personal injury-focused Blumenshine Law, will tell you that failure to cite your sources can bring you a lot of plagiarism trouble. Simply put, the rules of honesty and academic integrity is just too important to be overlooked. Do not be afraid to provide directions for future research The main reason we do research is to contribute to the existing body of knowledge. The main reason we write research papers and publish them is for the academic community to know what we have uncovered thus far and respond. One of the most sought-after responses will be the expansion of your research work, because as we’ve already pointed out, you just cannot cover everything in one go. Knowledge advancement was, is, and always will be a collaborative undertaking. So don’t be afraid to get your ideas out there. Tell the community what you think should be done next. Surely this helps in directing efforts so that not a drop of sweat is ever put to waste.
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Pharmaceutical Research Rules That You Can’t (Academically) Live Without When it comes to pharmaceuticals, virtually nothing can be left to chance. Every single thing should be accurately measured, rechecked, and studied. After all, human lives are at stake should there be any issues. Even so, research that is sparked by curiosity still has to be done in order to advance the field. Just like any domain, practically everyone is allowed to contribute to the body of scientific knowledge that pharmaceuticals as an industry and academic field is built on. If you are one of those people who are interested in studying chemicals, their molecular compositions and reactions, and ultimately how they contribute to the betterment of the human condition, then there are some research rules that you need to follow. In this article, we discuss some of those. Be very sure of and clear with what you’re focusing on Truth be told, the pharmaceutical body of knowledge – or practically even science itself – is what it is today not because one or two people did everything on their own. It’s a result of years’ long efforts by multiple individuals with various fields of interest. They each built on the knowledge produced by the others, with some filling in the gaps that may have been overlooked or were not able to be researched at that time. The same is going to be true for you. You do research not to save the world single- handedly. You do research to clarify a point, which you can then combine with the points tackled by your colleagues to form a whole that makes sense for everyone. With this, it is very important for you to know your focus, and to really be clear with what your research questions are. Again, do not attempt to cover everything at once just to have a shot at greatness. Doing so will derail your whole research effort. Read the existing literature, and never forget to cite In the previous point, we mentioned about building on the knowledge of others. You can do this by reading widely before embarking on your research journey. You must be aware of what is already known because you don’t want to waste your time “rediscovering” something. Of course, when you have academic sources for your research briefs or reports, you must never forget to cite them. Just like yours, the work of your colleagues is protected by intellectual property laws. Any lawyer, even those that do not specialize in intellectual property rights such as those from personal injury-focused Blumenshine Law, will tell you that failure to cite your sources can bring you a lot of plagiarism trouble. Simply put, the rules of honesty and academic integrity is just too important to be overlooked. Do not be afraid to provide directions for future research The main reason we do research is to contribute to the existing body of knowledge. The main reason we write research papers and publish them is for the academic community to know what we have uncovered thus far and respond. One of the most sought-after responses will be the expansion of your research work, because as we’ve already pointed out, you just cannot cover everything in one go. Knowledge advancement was, is, and always will be a collaborative undertaking. So don’t be afraid to get your ideas out there. Tell the community what you think should be done next. Surely this helps in directing efforts so that not a drop of sweat is ever put to waste.
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