20.109(F12):Mod3 OrangeTR Pre-proposal

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==Title of Proposed Project==
==Title of Proposed Project==
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Title should begin with the prefix:"20.109(F12) Pre-Proposal:..."
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20.109(F12) Pre-Proposal: Rice
==Project Summary==
==Project Summary==
<font color = red>THREE SENTENCES ONLY. </font color><br>
<font color = red>THREE SENTENCES ONLY. </font color><br>
For example (from [http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/Writing3.html])<br>
For example (from [http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/Writing3.html])<br>
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''"Roughly 70% of the American population eats avocadoes at least once each year, so that potential exposure of the populace to contaminants in avocadoes is widespread. Little research has nonetheless been done with regard to the uptake of trace metals by avocadoes during their growth. The proposed research would address this problem by making the first detailed examination of the controls on concentrations of trace metals in avocadoes."''
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''"There are starving children in Asia. We want to make more rice."''
==Introduction==
==Introduction==
<font color = red>ONE PARAGRAPH and at least TWO REFERENCES</font color><br>
<font color = red>ONE PARAGRAPH and at least TWO REFERENCES</font color><br>
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*What is known about this field
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Hungry children
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*Why is this field important
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==Your idea==
==Your idea==
<font color = red> TWO PARAGRAPHS </font color> <br>
<font color = red> TWO PARAGRAPHS </font color> <br>

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Contents

Investigators

Rebecca Shi and Catherine Fan
TR Orange

Title of Proposed Project

20.109(F12) Pre-Proposal: Rice

Project Summary

THREE SENTENCES ONLY.
For example (from [1])
"There are starving children in Asia. We want to make more rice."

Introduction

ONE PARAGRAPH and at least TWO REFERENCES
Hungry children

Your idea

TWO PARAGRAPHS
Make clear what you see is the structural hole/gap in understanding or the need, and how you propose to fill in or satisfy what you've identified. You should specify your general approach (e.g. "will screen for mutants that enhance the contrast of the bacterial photography system") but do not need to think through the precise experimental details yet. Emphasize instead what results hope to collect and how they might improve the shortcomings that you've identified as interesting.

A sketch

Please make (don't copy or re-print another author's) a summary figure for your idea. This should give the reader a good idea about the idea you are proposing, cluing them in to the field you've focused on, the question you're asking and, ideally, the approach you're taking in your proposed research. These can be hand-drawn and scanned or designed digitally and posted.
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