Cognition and COVID-19: CANTAB Research Grant - Results
The results of the 2021 CANTAB Research Grant are in! This year's award was focussed on the connection between cognition and COVID-19.
CANTAB Research Grant 2020 - Results
The results of the 2020 CANTAB Research Grant are in! Once again we were overwhelmed by the quality of applications we received – which made it a tough job for our judging panel to narrow the research proposals down.
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