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Cambridge Babylab

 

How are we making the Lab safe to visit? 

After careful planning and enhancing all of our safety measures, the Cambridge Babylab is open and welcoming participants to take part in important research in our custom built labs. Without your support, our crucial research into infant and child brain development could not take place. Thank you for your past visits and we hope to see you again in the future!

 

Unlike the lockdown earlier this year, in the light of the new Lockdown Restrictions coming into effect on Thursday 5th November, the Government is now asking universities to remain open. This means we will seek to keep the Cambridge Babylab open to continue our research efforts in a COVID-secure way. Of course, we leave your participation under these new rules completely up to you.

 

If you have any queries about the research or the new guidlines, please do not hesitate to contact us. Sending us an email does not mean you are committed to participating in research.  

 

We realise in the current climate, people may be concerned about travelling and visiting the Babylab. Please rest assured that we take the safety of you and all of our participants and staff seriously. Keep an eye on this space for the COVID-19 related changes we are making. These will be updated every few weeks according to the most up-to-date Government Guidelines. We reimburse travel expenses for taxis and driving/parking, as well as for public transport. We are doing everything possible to ensure your visit to the Babylab is not only safe, but fun and interesting!
 
We are always in need of new babies and children to join our database. If you are interested in taking part in one of our research projects, please register your interest, or send us an emailWe’d also be grateful if you’d tell your friends about us. 

Thank you for your patience & we look forward to seeing you in the Lab again soon!

- The Cambridge Babylab Team