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    Smile "research grant holder" and Ph.D. qestions

    hi guys,

    I'm presenting a research project, so I need your help now more than ever :)

    There are seeral expressions that I'm doubtful about, and I want to avoid "stupid" mistakes... so I'll be asking for some help.

    1) is "research grant holder" the right definition for someone who does research and monthly receives a grant for a certain period of time, and who does not posses (neither is enrolled in) any Ph.D.

    2) Additionally, is the expression "scientif advisor" correct for indicating the supervisor/tutor/advisor of a Ph.D. student?

    3) is the definition "graduated laboratory technician" ok for describing a person who has a five-years univeristy degree and works as a technician in a laboratory?

    4) Does the prefix Dr. normally indicate ONLY someone who has a Ph.D.?

    5) is there an english prefix that means "Engineer" ?... here in italy,we say Ing. Smith (Ing. stands for Ingegnere)

    6) is there a synonym for "WORK PACKAGE"?

    Thanks in advance and I wil be surely ask more questions
    Pat
    Last edited by trapanipalermo; 20-Feb-2009 at 17:28.

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    Re: "research grant holder" and Ph.D. qestions

    hi guys, sorry to bring back this topic, but it is really important for me to present theproject in a good english...

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