3 Minuite Wonder


3 Minute Wonder is a competition in which researchers in physics-related fields explain their work to the public in just three minutes.

The participants pitch their work to a panel of four judges and an interested but non-specialist public audience. The points awarded for how well the idea is communicated rather than the science itself. The winner and runner-up will receive a cash prize of £250 and £100 respectively, along with the chance to compete in next year’s grand final at the Institute of Physics headquarters.

Non-members of the Institute of Physics are able to enter the competition.

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3 Minute Wonder

2 thoughts on “3 Minuite Wonder”

  1. i think it takes a true teacher to be able to break down something so complex to something that could be understood by the lay person! What a neat idea.

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