As part of the MRC Centenary celebrations the CBU will be holding an Open Day at our site in Chaucer Road on Saturday 22nd June 10am-4pm.
The event is free and open to the public, and there is no need to book in advance.
See exhibits on all our key research areas – Emotion, Attention, Memory, Hearing and Language.
Take part in experiments which demonstrate our research projects.
Listen to three different lectures covering all aspects of our work (see below for details).
Visit our MRI, MEG and sound labs and see some of our technology close up.
Meet the scientists involved.
Visit our history and archive display covering 70 years of our work in Cambridge.
Take tea in the garden under the mulberry tree.
A full programme will be issued shortly.
All welcome, no need to book.
Please note that parking on site and on the surrounding roads is extremely limited and you are advised to walk, cycle or take public transport. If travelling by bus, the Trumpington park and ride bus passes the end of Chaucer Road, and the uni4 comes down Brooklands Avenue, which is just opposite.
We have a maximum seating limit of 90 for each talk, all seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. There will be gaps betwen each talk to allow for leaving/joining the lecture theatre.
10.45am Sue Gathercole ‘Memory and its failures’
11.30am Bob Carlyon ‘Cocktail parties, cochlear implants, and the brain’
12.15pm Tom Manly ‘The curious case of the missing left’
1.15pm Sue Gathercole ‘Memory and its failures’
2.00pm Bob Carlyon ‘Cocktail parties, cochlear implants, and the brain’
2.45pm Tom Manly ‘The curious case of the missing left’