The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) challenges graduate students to communicate their research in three minutes or less in non-specialist language. Contestants represent a diverse array of disciplines and areas of study, and reflect the passion and thirst for discovery common among all of Iowa's graduate students.
Microscopic Solutions to Big Environmental Challenges
Treating Medical Implant Infections: No Surgeries Required, Just Chill!
Herbicides & Insecticides & Pharmaceuticals, Oh My! Using Polymer Nanofibers to Look for Unwanted Chemicals in Air and Water
From the Window, From the Wall, to the Brain
Andrea Malek Ash
Measuring Invisible Things
Protecting Those, Protecting Us: A 3D Printing Approach to Safer Explosives
Beta Bursts: Signatures of Our Brain’s Braking System
The Genealogy of Racialized Method: eGFR as Case Study
Unfiltered Topics: Long-Term Kidney Toxicity In Pediatric Cancer Survivors and Novel Therapeutic Intervention
The Role of ISG15 in Cellular Protection from Pathogens
How do vulnerable road users respond to traffic safety information presented to them through technology?
Imperial Imaginings: Representations of Religion, Race, and Gender in 19th Century Spanish-Philippine Novels
Yuehong (Cassandra) Tai
Pandemic vs. Vaccine Hesitancy: Trust Matters
Location, Location, Location: What Makes the Macular Retina Unique?