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Biochemistry: Home

Nau mai haere mai! Welcome to your Subject Guide for Biochemistry | Te Tari Matū Koiora

This guide brings together important research resources for Biochemistry | Te Tari Matū Koiora. Navigate using the left hand menu.

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13 August 10:30 - 11:30 Thesis Information For new thesis students:
covers preparation, copyright
compliance, submitting,
and depositing.
20 August 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Effective 
Search Strategies
Learn how to search recommended
databases for relevant
literature, and manage
your results.
27 August 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Data Management
Make sense of the complexity
around data storage, description,
re-use and archiving. 
10 September 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Getting
Practical tips for postgraduates.
Learn how to develop a publishing
strategy and identify the right journals
for submission. 
24 September 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Researcher
Building online profiles to promote
your research, and yourself.
1 October 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Impact & Metrics
Understand tools that explain
impact factors and ranking for
what to read, and where to publish. 

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