Vitae 3MT® Finalists and Semi-finalists 2021

Congratulations to all our 2021 3MT participants! Each is the winner of their institution’s Three Minute Thesis competition. The 6 finalists have now been selected from our 12 semi-finalists of 2021. They were shortlisted from a total of 61 entries. Presentations were reviewed, scored and discussed by an independent semi-final judging panel.

Finalists Vitae 3MT® 2021

  • Manuela Carnaghi, University of Greenwich, Houston - the mosquito has landed
  • Mohammed Farooqui, University of Huddersfield, An exploration of the factors favouring positive educational outcomes at GCSE of male Pakistani learners in a Northern Mill City
  • Theo Issitt, University of York, The Smell of Cells
  • Ana Pavlovic, Kingston University, Prestress losses of pretensioned BFRP reinforced concrete beams
  • Mike Richardson, University of Bath, Seeing with the tongue
  • Alena Vdovchenko, Queen Mary, University of London, Key to the brain: open your mind to drugs

Semi-finalists Vitae 3MT® 2021

  • Clayton Bevas, University of Surrey, Between a steel and a hard place: The interface chemistry of MDI and steel surfaces
  • Gemma Donovan, University of Sunderland, Texting Alice: a community pharmacy intervention to support medication taking
  • Minerva Fadel, University of Westminster, Building Peace & Inclusion Through Architecture
  • Simone Hatchard, University of South Wales, Understanding the use of digital forensices in the preventions and investigation of major crime in England and Wales
  • Lydia Mapstone, University College London, Genetic Engineering for Spirulina for Future Settlers on the Red Planet
  • Sanne Van Den Berg, University of St Andrews, From 1st Century Stories to the News Today