Congratulations to all our finalists, who delivered incredible presentations and kept the audience on the edge of their seats at the University's 2023 Three Minute Thesis competition.
The School of Graduate Studies team would like to say a huge thank you to our judges, our finalists and our sponsors, whose generous support is the foundation of the competition's success. We would also like to thank faculty staff for the hard work they put into their faculty heats, and to each and every student who has participated.
Read the full announcement: Gutsy win for tuatara researcher at 3MT.
Cam Hoffbeck | UoA 3MT Doctoral Winner & People’s Choice Winner 2023
The tuatara microbiome: environmental influences and conservation implications
Anantha Narayanan | UoA 3MT Doctoral Runner-up 2023
Music and the Operating Surgeon
How does Air Pollution Affect the Brain?
Ethnicity shouldn’t matter for heart babies’ survival chances in Aotearoa New Zealand
An Examination of Māori Kai Tino Rangatiratanga (Māori food sovereignty) in 19th century Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland)
A high throughput platform for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Bridging the Gap in Bridge Communication : How We Treat Aging Bridges Post Earthquake Event
Juan Patino Echeverria
Beyond Classical Chaos: How well can we predict the future?
Can we combat melanoma by blocking the actions of growth hormone?
Milky way citizens: Exploring an Afro-centric youth-led civic engagement.
Newborn clinical digital twins
Tsunamis, Buildings, and Palm Trees: A Lesson in Monkey Business
Advancing Models of Pancreatic Cancer to Resemble Clinical Tumours