Diffusion Science radio: Thorium Trans-Tasman 3MT competition

Thorium Trans-Tasman 3MT competition

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Poverty uses up more brain power by Ian Woolf
Thorium SkeptiCamp presentation by Ian Woolf,
Ian Woolf attended the Trans-Tasman 3 minute thesis competition and spoke to"
Kelsey Kennedy about winning the Trans-Tasman 3MT competition 2013,
3MT finalist Kimberly Mercuri, who spoke about how heroin users think,
3MT finalist Kanvar Nayer, who is developing Age Mate for people suffering Alzheimer's disease,
Cassily Charles and Lisa Mclean - the organisers of an online interactive 3MT competition based at Charles Stuart University.
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf

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2013 Trans-Tasman 3 Minute Thesis Competition
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October 24, 2013
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