A Conference Presentation
Not long after
June 6-11, 1953
Crick and Watson present a paper at a conference explaining their conclusions in more detail, but in a less polished version than required by a journal article. The paper is later published in the collected conference proceedings:
The Structure of DNA
Watson, J.D. and F.H.C. Crick (1953).
Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 18, 123-131.
|Conference Paper Characteristics|
|AUDIENCE:||Professors, scholars, and researchers in the field provides an opportunity for the audience to hear about new research and provide informal critiques or suggestions about the research.|
|AUTHOR:||Professor or researcher in the field.|
|TIMELINESS:||Very up-to-date; conference papers often precede a published journal article.|
|CONTENT:||Report on work in progress or present completed findings in a rough draft format. May be published later in collected conference proceedings or revised and published as a journal article or may never be published at all.|