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Students becoming researchers. / Dunlop, Lynda; Knox, Kerry Jane; Bennett, Judith Merryn; Reiss, Michael; Torrance Jenkins, Rebecca.

In: School Science review, Vol. 100, No. 372, 31.03.2019, p. 85-91.

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Dunlop, L, Knox, KJ, Bennett, JM, Reiss, M & Torrance Jenkins, R 2019, 'Students becoming researchers', School Science review, vol. 100, no. 372, pp. 85-91. <https://www.ase.org.uk/resources/school-science-review/issue-372/students-becoming-researchers>

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Dunlop, L., Knox, K. J., Bennett, J. M., Reiss, M., & Torrance Jenkins, R. (2019). Students becoming researchers. School Science review, 100(372), 85-91. https://www.ase.org.uk/resources/school-science-review/issue-372/students-becoming-researchers

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Dunlop L, Knox KJ, Bennett JM, Reiss M, Torrance Jenkins R. Students becoming researchers. School Science review. 2019 Mar 31;100(372):85-91.

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Dunlop, Lynda ; Knox, Kerry Jane ; Bennett, Judith Merryn ; Reiss, Michael ; Torrance Jenkins, Rebecca. / Students becoming researchers. In: School Science review. 2019 ; Vol. 100, No. 372. pp. 85-91.

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