Graduate Studies announce the fifth annual UCD ThesisIn3 competition. The UCD ThesisIn3 supports graduate research students in their development as confident research communicators, and we invite all UCD Stage 2 PhD Students to submit an entry and share your research with the UCD community.
Research students are challenged to present their research in three minutes, using only one slide, to a non-specialist audience. Entrants must distil their niche subjects and intensive research into bite-sized presentations that will inform and entertain the general public.
Talk Title: An apple a day may keep the respiratory doctor away
Talk title: Platelets Drive - WE survive
Talk title: Get a Grip! How partial slipping of our fingers informs us of grip safety
SU Categories Winners:
Catchiest Title - Sophie Du Bois De Dunilac, Get a Grip! How partial slipping of our fingers informs us of grip safety.
Best Example - Ciara Lynch, Will David Attenborough be optimistic in Planet Earth III?
Most thought provoking (the one we wanted to see more of) - Deirdre (Dee) Ryan, Mirrors aren’t just for reflection!
Sweet spot between quantity of information and engagement - Maryam Saeed, Are you the 1 in 3? Smartly Detecting Cardiac Abnormalities
Morgan Morris, from UCD School of Chemistry/ BiOrbic Bioeconomy SFI Research Centre with his talk: "Lactose in 3: A Cash Cow for Targeting Tumours."
For general enquiries, please email us using UCD Graduate Studies Connector.