The six 3MT finalists 2016

Congratulations to our six 3MT finalists who gave excellent presentations and who provided the participants at the Vitae annual conference dinner an exciting evening sponsored by Taylor & Francis.

3MT 2016 six finalists

After the presentations had finished, the judges conferred and voting opened via the conference app for the people's choice winner.

Congratulations go to Nazira Albargothy who won £3K grant to spend on public engagement activity (sponsored by RCUK) and to Maddie Long the opportunity to present at the famous Faraday Lecture Theatre at the Royal Institution (sponsored by Speakezee).

You can watch all six presentations including Nazira's and Maddie's winning performances below:

Nazira Albargothy, Clinical & Experimental Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, Mapping the most efficient drug route into the brain

Maddie Long, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Language and the Brain: The Skye's the Limit

Jennifer Horrocks, Geography, Durham University, How did Antarctica react to past warm periods?

Jonathan Lambert, lnstitute of Child Health, University College London, Fabry disease: can gene therapy clear the waste and revive cellular mojo?

Katie Groves, Psychology, University of Essex, Bodies in the mirror. Bodies in the brain. Towards electrophysiological biomarkers of body image disturbance

Melissa Colloff, Psychology, University of Warwick, Blame it on the beard

 View presentations of the other semi-finalists