If you were given just 3 minutes to describe your research to a group of non-scientists who want to support your research but know little about your field, how would you do it? HIRAKU 3 Minute-Thesis Competition is a national event that promotes doctoral research in Japan and communication of it by student researchers themselves to the general public. Last year, several students from WRC and PRI entered the competition with their wonderful 3-minute videos, and some won prizes. Knowing your excellent research and zeal for science communication, we think you can be the winners of this year's competition!
In this seminar, we will introduce you to this event and together analyze presentations by past prize winners to identify effective strategies. As always, everyone is welcome to join, whether you are thinking of entering the competition for the first time, second time, or maybe next year.