British Science Association
Charles Darwin Lecture
Talking, laughing, singing, beat boxing - the human voice is a unique instrument and almost immeasurably flexible.
Dr Carolyn McGettigan, from Royal Holloway, University of London, will illustrate how new techniques, such as MRI scanning, are opening up our understanding of the biology and evolution of the human voice and how it relates to the neuroscience of vocal control.
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26th October 19:00 - The Forum Auditorium
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