Additional Research facilities
Our partnership with UCL gives us access to world-class testing facilities
An academically driven research team within the Institute of Behavioural Neuroscience at UCL. Specialises in spatial cognition research, with leading publications in high-impact scientific journals.
Allows for the study of the neural basis of spatial cognition.
Employs cognitive and behavioural neuroscience techniques.
Research methods include MRI, EEG, MEG, transcranial electrical stimulation, virtual reality, neuropsychological testing of patients, eye-tracking, mass online testing via bespoke apps, cognitive discourse analysis, rodent behavioural testing and single unit electrophysiological recording in rodents.
A unique and novel engineering research facility in North London, using highly flexible equipment such as a pneumatic testing platform, suspended lighting and sound systems to build full-scale infrastructure in a controlled setting.
Allows for the collection of quantifiable data on human movement and interactions.
Mimics real world environments in a controlled manner.
Enables the collection and analysis of data, allowing researchers to gain a better understanding of how the built environment impacts upon pedestrians ability to move around.