The 3MT is an academic competition that challenges PhD students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. The competition celebrates the discoveries made by research students and encourages their skill in communicating the importance of research to the broader community.

Votes are now open for the 2021 Public’s Choice Winner. Watch the videos below and vote for your favourite presentation before 11.59pm, Sunday 8 August 2021.

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Samuel Brookfield (SPH)

Giving up on willpower: using ethnography to change the debate on methamphetamine addiction

Cassandra Styke (UQDI)

Vascular stem cell as a PhD student
 

Yunan Ye (UQCCR) - Why is life so hard?!
 

Jennifer Stables (MRI-UQ) - Looking beyond the trees to understand dementia

Samuel Chan (CHSR) - Kidney and the gut

Adam Stewart (UQCCR) - A race against time

Sophia Young (CHRC) - Small sprouts to tough trees: changes to bone and body composition following alcohol exposure in pregnancy

Nykola Kent (SBMS) - Hypothyroidism and gestational diabetes mellitus: the search for a mechanistic link

James Volmer (UQDI) - Methanogens matter: how the little guy could play a big role

Rosie Stoke (MRI-UQ) - Blowing balloons for small babies
 

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