Three Minute Thesis

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an international competition for research students to showcase their research. Students have three minutes to talk about their research in plain language with only a single PowerPoint slide. The ten finalists below will compete for prize money and one finalist will be chosen to go directly to the ANU 3MT competition in September. Bring along your mobile devices to select a people's choice award.

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Mark Jones - Raja of Kumaon

Benny Tong - Negotiating old age through music

ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Sana Ashraf - Understanding public violence in blasphemy cases in Pakistan

Ashley Orr - The body snatchers

ANU College of Business and Economics

Estelle Li - Are large Australian companies avoiding tax?

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science 

Noushin Nasiri - Portable nano-sensors for preventive medicine

ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment

Veronica Roman-Reyna - Who is eating our toast?

Caroline Wenger - Immovable oaks and unbreachable dykes

ANU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Suryashree Aniyan - Marshmallows, hot chocolate & galaxies

Alexis Tuen - Fusion energy to reach the stars

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