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Heat 3 of the 3MT beats the bad weather!

Participants in the third and final heat of the Three Minute Thesis competition had to find their their way through icy rain and slush to attend the event - but it proved to be worth the trouble. Ten students presented today on topics that included "using math to see inside the human body", "the role of cellular damage in the body's response to biomaterials", or  "strategies on winning the game of life".

Friends and colleagues also found their way through the messy weather to support the presenters and vote for the People's Choice Award.

A big thank you to the judges of heat 3 - Dr. Yolande Chan (VP Research office), Dr. George Brandie (astronomer and communications instructor), and Maureen Garvie (novelist and editor with McGill-Queen's Press) - for taking on the hard task of deciding who will make it to the final.

Going to the final next week - Wednesday March 30, 2016 will be:

Winner & People's Choice: Tristan Milne (Mathematics and Statistics)

Runner Up: Anastasia Shavrova (Biology)

3rd Place: Mohamed Al Guindy (Management)

4th Place: Haitao Lan (Civil Engineering)

Heat 3  Participants 

From Left to Right: Heat 3 Participants

Haitao Lan, Anastasia Shavrova, Tristan Milne, Jordan Herbison, Melanie Jansen, Laura McKiel, Mohamed Al Guindy, Ernesto Figueiro-Filho, Sadaf Tahmasebi (not in the picture: Sumit Kalia).

 

 

 

 

Finalists with judges

From Left to Right: Heat 2 Finalists & Judges

Maureen Garvie, George Brandie, Haitao Lan, Anastasia Shavrova, Tristan Milne, Mohamed Al Guindy, Yolande Chan

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