UOW 3 MINUTE THESIS

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Videos of the winning presentations will be available on UOW Now in coming weeks. He says that as railways are critically important to Australia, his research could make a big difference to the community and also promises opportunities for employment in future. I was so excited to hear my name as the winner. A cherry on top brings memory benefits People’s Choice: Contact Future Students Team on

Safer high-performance electrolyte for electric vehicle batteries. My research shows that we can reduce track maintenance by 25 per cent, and at the same time increase the life of the tracks. He says the benefits of entering the 3MT competition were both improving his presentation skills, as well as being able to promote his research to a broader audience. He said he was attracted to a career in rail engineering for the potential it offered to have a positive impact on the world. The 3MT Competition is a platform for UOW Higher Degree Research students to communicate the purpose and importance of their research using language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. A drug delivery system for capsule robots.

Check out when UOW is coming near you. A cherry on top brings memory benefits People’s Choice: Janine Delahunty Faculty of Education: Posted in Education Tagged: Spotlight Find out why it pays to stay connected with UOW after you graduate.

UOW Three Minute Thesis winner – Research & Innovation

Learning from a distance: The fats of long life Runner-up: A drug delivery system for capsule robots Watch the winning presentation Winner: In-body imaging for cancer treatment. Global Challenges Interdisciplinary research. Just add water Runner-up: We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which the University of Wollongong campuses stand, and we pay our uw to elders past and present.

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Occupying the Interdisciplinary Space People’s Choice: Check out when UOW is coming near you. I was so excited to hear my name as the winner. Samson Soulsby, from the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts was awarded runner-up, with his presentation on personhood in contemporary monster fiction.

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Monster in the Mirror: To be in the audience click the below link: Distribution system protection schemes in a modern grid embedded with renewable energy resources People’s Choice: Jen Hawksley Faculty of Arts: Videos of the winning presentations will be available on UOW Now in coming weeks.

He says that as railways are critically important to Australia, his research could make a big difference to the community and also promises opportunities for employment in future. Safer high-performance electrolyte for electric vehicle batteries Watch the winning presentation Winner: Mimute method to improve cancer detection Watch the winning presentation Winner: Gelatin for tissue engineering Watch the presentations Winner: Of Mice, Pigs and Men: Sustained impact of energy dense food advertising on children’s dietary intake Videos of the winning presentations will be available on UOW Now in coming weeks.

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The 3MT Competition is a platform for UOW Higher Degree Research students to communicate the purpose and importance of their research ulw language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. He was rapidly called upon by local media following his talk, with an interview on local ABC radio about Friday the 13th.

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The 3MT final, held on Thursday 12 July, saw two PhD students from each Faculty battle it out to describe the premise of their thesis in under three minutes, in language and style suitable for a non-specialist audience, with just one powerpoint slide.

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Novel Grains for the Australian Food Supply. Lab on a chip micro device: Jenny Norman, Faculty of Social Sciences: The extremities of wartime bereavement among Australian parents Runner-up shared: Lab-on-a-chip modrodevices for manipulation and separation of microparticles Watch the winning presentation Winner:

uow 3 minute thesis