The 2021 3-Minute Thesis Competition
Becoming an influential research scientist is not just about getting the work done. It’s also about being able to communicate your work in an effective way.
The three-minute thesis is an internationally recognized research communication competition where participants have three minutes to deliver a compelling synopsis of their research to a lay audience, using a single static slide. The concept originated at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2008 and is now held in over 200 universities worldwide, including the University of Toronto.
Here are the fourteen candidates from various post-graduate programs at the Faculty of Dentistry, U of T, who competed in the opening heats this year.
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