Biology PhD student, Theo Issitt, is competing in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) national final tomorrow. Theo won the York 3MT competition earlier this year. He has now been selected out of a thousand researchers as one of the final six in the national final. Theo’s talk, ‘The smell of cells’, focuses on his research … Continue reading Good luck to Theo Issitt – York’s 3MT National Finalist
The York Three Minute Thesis Final 2021 took place on Thursday 10 June as part of the York Festival of Ideas. Pitching themselves against the clock to communicate the impact of their research, ten PhD students delivered captivating and inspiring research presentations, showcasing the strengths of postgraduate research at York. Congratulations to all who took part and to … Continue reading Congratulations to our 3MT winners!
Learn what other PhD students are researching and vote for the best presenter! Three Minute Thesis (3MT) challenges PhD students to convey the meaning and impact of their research in just three minutes. Hear how their ideas can answer the big cultural, economic and scientific questions of our time. Last year’s winner was Zainab Kidwai … Continue reading Come to the Three Minute Thesis Final
We’re proud to announce that 3 Minute Thesis is returning to York for 2021! Open to all current PhD students at the University of York, you’ll have just three minutes each to communicate the impact of your research to an audience made up of university staff, members of the general public, and industry. The 2021 3MT … Continue reading 3 Minute Thesis 2021 – Entries Now Open!
Congratulations to all our finalists in last night’s York Three Minute Thesis 2020 competition. It was a fantastic York 3MT final, watched by 400 people live in lockdown! The results are: 1st place & People’s Choice winner: Zainab Kidwai (Health Sciences) 2nd place: Rui Qi Choo (Education and Language & Linguistic Science) 3rd place: Justin … Continue reading Our Three Minute Thesis 2020 winners!
Imagine If… How can we answer the big cultural, economic and political questions of our time? Join Greg Dyke and inspiring University of York PhD students and learn how their cutting-edge research is expanding knowledge and understanding of our world and beyond. The final of York’s Three Minute Thesis takes place online on Wednesday 10 … Continue reading Join the audience at the Three Minute Thesis 2020 final
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Thanks to all those who have submitted applications for 3MT 2020! Applications are now closed. We’ve had a fantastic response and are now shortlisting for the video auditions. Applicants will be notified about the shortlisting results at the end of next week.
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