Over the course of the experiment, you will have developed ideas for improving the equipment, the procedure, the group work, and even the assignment. In this section, you should provide the reader with a short introductory sentence or paragraph setting thecontext for your ideas and then provide a list of those recommendations that are most feasible. Voice these opinions in specific terms rather than generalities, and keep in mind the cost and feasibility of your suggestions.

Use present tense in phrasing your recommendations. Since these innovations stem from your experience, be sure to maintain the third-person style used in the rest of your report ("Group III recommends . . .").