Yvonne Rogers and Paul Marshall of UCL PALS have published a new ebook entitled ‘Research in the Wild’ .
Martha Pace’s winning poster, entitled ‘The Development and Standardization of the Maltese Speech-in-Noise Test (M-SINT) won first prize at the recent Faculty of Brain Sciences PGR Symposium. The poster (below) is currently on display in the Chandler House basement noticeboard.
Congratulations to Professor Alan Thompson, Dean of the Faculty of Brain Sciences, who has been awarded the John Dystel Prize for Multiple Sclerosis Research.
The MSc Speech and Language Sciences course has achieved Green RAG ratings in all 22 of the contract performance indicators in the Health Education England Quality Contract Performance Monitoring (QCPM) process (for the academic year 2015-16).
UCL and language learning app Memrise have announced the winner of the first 'Memprize', a competition to find the world’s most efficient and effective vocabulary learning technique.