Graduate Students Present Research in Three Short Minutes
3MT® is a research communication competition designed by The University of Queensland to test graduate students’ knowledge of their research material. It forces the students to create a presentation that is capable of explaining their research to a non-specialist audience in just three short minutes. The competition prepares the participating graduate students for future professional conferences, the College of Science and Engineering Student Research Symposium and job interviews. The competition also provides cash prizes to first place, second place and the people’s choice winner.
At the event, guests will be able to learn about the future directions of science from the leaders of tomorrow. Guests can even get in on the action by casting their votes for who they think is the best science communicator. 3MT® is a free event open to all ages. Reservations are recommended. Reserve your spot here.
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