The 2020 Visualise Your Thesis winners are announced
Graduate students from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, South Africa and the UK presented their theses as 60 second a/v presentations for a lay audience.
It’s an idea created by Uni Melbourne research managers, with the competition starting last year, (CMM November 8 2019).
Kelly Wilson-Stewart (QUT) wins for Protecting nurses from radiation exposure
Ané van der Walt, (Monash U) is second for The narrative atlas: creative prototyping and multivocality in archaeology
Third prize goes to Maleen Jayasuriya, (UTS), for One small step for a PhD student, one giant leap for mobility scooters
Because there were two more too good to ignore there are commendations for,
Nicole Rivers, Everything not saved will be lost (on assisted reproduction for Australian fish species) and Gwendolyn Foo (UNSW), Using robots to solve the world’s fastest growing problem (which is waste electronics)