Our 2013 finalists were:
- Anne Katrine Johansen, The gender puzzle in disease
- Katrin Nather, Developing new drugs to treat high blood pressure
- Kirsten Munro, Stabilising SOCS3 to limit vascular inflammation and neointimal hyperplasia
- Akshaya Kumar, Provincialising Bollywood, what does cinema mean to the poor?
- Di Xu, Struggling journalists in mainland China
- Sophie Kromholz, Vanishing artworks
- Lynne Braidwood, Oncolytic HSV1716- a virus that selectively kills cancer cells while leaving normal cells unaffected
- Jamie Gallagher, Nanoscale thermoelectronics
- Richard Middlemiss, How attractive are you? Making an ultra sensitive gravity sensor
- Tarsisio Nyatsanza, Developing a transformative approach to AIDS education
- Alexia Koletsou, Communicating sustainable behaviours
- Muhammad Ashraf, Education policy of Pakistan: a conflicting debate
The Grand Finale took place on the 21st March 2013.
And our winners were…
- Jamie Gallagher, Overall Winner 2013
- Muhammad Ashraf, Runner up, 2013
- Alexia Koletsou, People's Choice Winner 2013
Watch their films!
- Jamie Gallagher, Winner of 2013 - Nanoscale thermoelectronics
- Muhammad Ashraf, Runner up, 2013 - Education policy of Pakistan: a conflicting debate
- Alexia Koletsou, People's Choice Winner 2013 - Communicating sustainable behaviours
Watch the films from the heats!
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) was initially developed at the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia and has since spread to other universities, with this being the first competition in Scotland. Finalists from the Glasgow competition went on to represent the University at the national final in Leeds, where Alexia took 3rd prize.