1,000 words plus references. Because of the limited number of words, the termpaper needs to be written concisely with an emphasis on content and an avoidanceof verbosity.Subject: The subject of the term paper is any topic related to material covered in the course.This topic must be approved by your teaching assistant, i.e., the teaching assistantwho runs your discussion group.Structure: The term paper will comprise an Introduction, a Description, a Discussion,Conclusions and References.Introduction; The introduction (~75 words) should introduce the topic and providea brief summary of the issues to be addressed in the body of the paper.Description: This section (~400 words) should describe the subject matter,identify the issues of interest and provide all the information needed to discuss thesubject. The sources of information should be cited by superscripted numbers at theend of each sentence in which a piece of information is supplied. These numbersshould correspond to the order in which the source is first cited.Discussion: The Discussion (450 words) is the heart of the term paper. It shouldcomprise an analysis of the information provided in the preceding section, and leadto a set of conclusions.Conclusions: In this section (75 words), you should provide a brief summary of theprincipal findings of the study, presented in bullet form.References: The references should be listed in numerical order at the end of thepaper, with the numbers corresponding to the order of citation in the body of thepaper. Consult a recent paper in Nature for the formatting of references and theircitation.