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Description: Module 2: Research Lifecycle, Best practices for Biomedical Research Data Management. This module covers the research lifecycle and a few actionable concepts you can implement to help you better find organize and understand your work.

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Module 2: Research Lifecycle This module covers the research lifecycle and a few actionable concepts you can implement to help you better find organize and understand your work. Learning Objectives Describe the research lifecycle and the data lifecycle Identify common data formats and file types that facilitate long-term access to data Explain the significance of observing file naming conventions...

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    Module 2 Interactive Activity: File & Folder Structuring, Research Lifecycle, Best practices for Biomedical Research Data Management

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    Module 2 Case Study: Regeneration of Functional Heart Tissue in Rats, Research Lifecycle, Best practices for Biomedical Research Data Management

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    Module 2 Concept Quiz: Research Lifecycle, Best practices for Biomedical Research Data Management

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