UK Three Minute Thesis final 2014: views from our finalists

Why is public engagement in research important? What did the finalists learn from entering the competition?

Sound clips from short interviews immediately after the UK 3MT final 2014.

Emma Hodcroft, university of Edinburgh, talks about the need for better communication within research:

Richard Middlemiss, University of Glasgow, says that presenting his work to non-specilists has helped him to look at his research in a different way:

Anna Cocking, Imperial College London, tells us why she entered the competition:

Alison May, King's College London, has found the Three Minute Thesis competition hugely beneficial:

Rhys Anderson, Newcastle University, on why he entered the competition and what he got out of it:

Carly Lynsdale, Sheffield University, tells us why she'd recommend that 1st year doctoral candidates participate in 3MT: