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The Three Minute Thesis competition or '3MT, is an annual competition held in over 200 universities worldwide. It is open to PhD students, and challenges participants to present their research in just 180 seconds, in an engaging form that can be understood by an intelligent audience with no background in the research area. This exercise develops presentation, research and academic communication skills and supports the development of research students' capacity to explain their work effectively.
The competition originated at the University of Queensland (UQ) in 2008. There are currently three categories, UQ, Trans-Tasman and International.
This category features students from the University of Queensland.
Finals held at The University of Queensland;
Finals held at The University of Western Australia;
Finals held at The University of Western Sydney;
Finals held at The University of Queensland;
Finals held at the University of Western Australia.
Finals held at University of Queensland;
As of 20 Dec 2019, there were at least 85 participating countries from every continent (apart from Antarctica) and at least 941 institutions.
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