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Centre for Neuroscience in Education


The national lockdown instigated to minimise the impact of COVID-19 has meant that our normal operations have had to change. We are very fortunate that we were able to carry on with our research during this time, due to the determination and hard work of our research staff along with the dedication of those participating in our studies. All of our current research projects have continued during lockdown by adapting their existing approaches and moving to remote testing. Our EEG and MEG labs have now re-opened and are both judged COVID-secure.

The University of Cambridge is very aware of the risks that are still present and the challenges that we face as a society going forward. They have implemented all of the UK Government advice regarding COVID-secure environments, and we have endeavoured to ensure the security of our practices.

Please note that while we are able to receive post at our university address once more, the postal services have been reduced. If you would like to contact us, please either email our general enquiries address, or, if you are participating in one our projects, get in touch with a member of that team via email or the project mobile.