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In-body imaging for cancer treatment. He said he was attracted to a career in rail engineering for the potential it offered to have a positive impact on the world. Ms Van Tran Ulw of Education: We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which the University of Wollongong campuses stand, and we pay our respects to elders past and present. The extremities of wartime bereavement among Australian parents Runner-up shared: We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which the University of Wollongong campuses stand, and we pay our respects to imnute past and present.

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Minue Hawksley Faculty of Arts: Just ninute water Runner-up: Participants are encouraged to review the competition rules, judging criteria, eligibility, 3MT competitor guide and FAQs for competitors on the Three Minute Thesis Asia-Pacific resources page.

Lab-on-a-chip modrodevices for manipulation and separation of microparticles Watch the winning presentation Winner: Distribution system protection schemes in a modern grid embedded with renewable energy resources People’s Choice: Lab on a chip micro device: The competition supports their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience with the assistance of one power point slide.

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Spotlight Find out why it pays to stay connected with UOW after you graduate. Each student will deliver a presentation on their thesis topic in just three minutes. Spotlight Find out why it pays to stay connected with UOW after you graduate.

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.

The fats of long life Runner-up: Check out when UOW is coming near you. Participants are given three minutes to engage the audience on the research of their thesis topic, with the assistance of one power point slide.

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Samson Soulsby, from ouw Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts was awarded runner-up, with his presentation on personhood in contemporary monster fiction.

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