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Suzie Ferrie: Winner of the University of Sydney 2011 Three Minute Thesis Competition

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Published on Jul 5, 2012

Explaining your research thesis can be challenging at the best of times, so imagine having to do it in just 180 seconds to an audience who know nothing about your field.

The winner of a competition at the University of Sydney managed to do just that, convincing the audience and judges of the importance of her research on nutrition in intensive care patients.

Suzie Ferrie, from the Faculty of Science, competed against University of Sydney postgraduate research students to win the final of the University's Three Minute Thesis competition, held in September 2011.

Suzie then traveled on to Perth to compete against postgraduate students from all over Australia and New Zealand in the Trans-Tasman finals.

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