Seven of our PhD candidates have battled through the on campus heats, but only one can be crowned champion of this year's Three Minute Thesis. Who will it be?
It's now just one day to go until the 3MT live final, taking place this year at The Bath Brew House in the City Centre on Wednesday 23 March from 6PM.
Our finalists are competing for a place in the national 3MT competition, as well as a £150 Amazon voucher.
Please join us to support our active and engaged PhD community for what promises to be an evening of fascinating research and thought-provoking discussion. To reserve your free ticket click here.
Representing the Faculty of Science, we'll hear from:
- Matthew Camilleri (watch Matthew's presentation from the 3MT heats talking about 'Photo-flow-organo-catalysis for sustainability redox chemistry')
- James Corbett (here's Jame's presentation from the 3MT heats on 'Differentiation of Bipotent and Pluripotent Cells to a Mature Biliary Phenotype')
Representing the Faculty of Engineering and Design we'll hear from:
- Jemma Rowlandson (watch Jemma's 3MT heats entry on 'Sustainable Activated Carbons from Renewable Feedstocks for Water Treatment Applications')
- Jonathan Wagner (here's Jonathan's talk from the 3MT heats on 'Novel materials for catalytic conversion of bio-oils')
Flying the Humanities and Social Sciences flag we have:
- Gustav Bösehans (this is Gus from the 3MT heats talking about 'Encouraging healthy and sustainable travel in a university setting and beyond')
- Natalie Booth (here's Natalie's presentation on 'Prison and the family; an exploration of maternal imprisonment from a family-centred perspective')
And last but not least, representing the School of Management you'll hear from:
- David Cross (here's David's talk from the 3MT heats on 'The Experience and Enactment of Employee Commitment in a Liminal Environment: The Case of Independent Contractors')
We hope you can join us in a month!