Competitors had three minutes to communicate the impact of their research to an audience made up of school pupils, teachers, members of the general public and industry.
The York 3 Minute Thesis took place on 18 June 2013. Ema Sullivan-Bissett, of the Department of Philosophy, won the competition and together with two other finalists (Frank Soboczenski, Department of Computer Science and Jennifer South Palomores, Department of Psychology) was invited to present at the national 3 Minute Thesis competition which was held at the University of Leeds also in June 2013: York postgraduate students given three minutes to impress
Frank Soboczenski, of the Department of Computer Science, triumphed at the national competition, taking home the prize for York: York postgraduate wins at national level competition
The individual 3 Minute Thesis videos are now available, and include the ten finalists for the event at University of York and the winner of the national level event at Leeds.
For last year's results, visit our relaying your research page where participant feedback, and details are available.