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A University of Adelaide thesis project explained in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide? That’s the challenge ten of our research students will tackle in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The ability to effectively communicate research impact is a skill that all of our researchers must develop. In 2016, we are […]

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3 Minute Thesis Final (3MT)

A University of Adelaide thesis project explained in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide? That’s the challenge ten of our research students will tackle in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The ability to effectively communicate research impact is a skill that all of our researchers must develop. In 2015, we are […]

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Three Minute Thesis Final

University of Adelaide thesis project explained in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide? That’s the challenge ten of our research students will tackle in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The ability to effectively communicate research impact is a skill that all of our researchers must develop. In 2014, we are holding […]

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Three Minute Thesis Final

University of Adelaide thesis project explained in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide?

When: Tuesday 10 Septmber, 5:30 – 7:30pm

Where: Corner of Botanic & Hackney Roads

This event is fully booked

Live Streaming Available

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Emily Cock – 2012 University of Adelaide Winner

Discourses of shame, sexuality, disease, and the commoditised body in seventeenth-century England

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Sarah Catalano – 2012 People’s Choice Winner

Dicyemid parasites are small, simple organisms found in the kidneys of squid, octopus and cuttlefish. My research aims to address the unknowns in their lifecycle and their position in the tree of life.

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