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4th Annual IBANS Autumn Symposium

Thank you to all our speakers and everyone who came along to another very successful IBANS Autumn Symposium last Friday (October 6th). Special thanks to Prof. Barbara Webb, who delivered a fascinating Master lecture.…

IBANS Research Forum 2017 success!

We had another great IBANS research forum last week. It was a lot of fun and there were some great ideas for new collaborative projects. Hopefully many will be pursued. Congratulations to Wanjia, Wardiya and Anne who…

Autumn Symposium Master Lecture available online

The Master Lecture from our 3rd annual IBANS Autumn Symposium is now available online at the following link: Prof. Onur Güntürkün from Ruhr-University Bochum “Converging and Diverging Blueprints for Cognition in Birds…

3rd Annual IBANS Autumn Symposium

The 3rd Annual IBANS Autumn Symposium will be taking place on Friday October 7th from 1-5pm in the Seminar Room on the ground floor of the main Psychology building. The event will include 8 talks by early career…

IBANS Research Forum: March 24th, 2016

Following on from its success last year, the second annual ‘IBANS Research Forum’ will be held on the afternoon of Thursday March 24th in the Old Library (Main Psychology Building). The event is intended to encourage…

IBANS Research Forum success

Thank you to everyone for making the inaugural IBANS Research Forum not only a great success but also a lot of fun! At the end of the forum an impressive number of ideas for new collaborative projects were pitched. A…

Annoucing the IBANS Research Forum

A new IBANS event – the ‘IBANS Research Forum’ –  will be held on the afternoon of Friday May 1st in the Old Library (Main Psychology Building; further details to follow). The event is intended to encourage debate, and…

Seminar on Cerebral asymmetry

Cerebral asymmetry and language development: are they linked and if so how? 15th May, 1:00 PM School of Medicine Lecture Theatre Dorothy V. M. Bishop Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford We know…