DrJes 17-18

Fall 2017 - Winter 2018

The Dawson Research Journal of Experimental Science (DrJes) is a publication that seeks to disseminate student research in print form. It provides students with an early introduction to the scientific method and to the business of science. Articles are based on developing a hypothesis, conducting experiments to test the hypothesis and formulating a conclusion. The articles are published after undergoing evaluation by referees who are experts in the field. Volume 1 of DrJes was issued in 1999 and at that time was the first journal of its kind in North America. It was cited in a book by Robert L, Wolke, What Einstein Told his Cook, aa “a most impressive journal that publishes papers of original, professional-quality research by undergraduate students at Dawson College, in Montreal Quebec.” Former editors-in-chief have gone on to found similar journals at McGill University and Cornell University.

Project Update

Issue 13 of the Dawson Research Journal of Experimental Science

Last Modified: June 13, 2018